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The Green Life: Sea of Possibilities

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May 29, 2007

Sea of Possibilities

When sculptor David Edgar started playing around with recycled plastic detergent and laundry bottles, their bright colors and curvy shapes reminded him of the tropical fish of his Florida childhood. With the vivid logos of his petroleum-based source material still visible on a spiny fin or oddly expressive face, Edgar's pop-art-influenced forms remind us of how much we casually discard--and what we might be throwing away. plastiquarium.com

(Photograph by David A. Edgar)

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