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Amazing Thrift Store Shirt Installations

Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates site-specific installations by recycling secondhand clothing. Who would have thought that clotheslines would make such intriguing and eye-catching art?

Tomás Saraceno: „In orbit”

Tomás Saraceno: „In orbit”

Kaarina Kaikkonen: Finnish laundry art

Laundry Art of Kaarina Kaikkonen

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This installation of over 1,000 fanciful white umbrellas floated overhead at the 2015 Habitare Design Fair, infusing the space with a dreamy atmosphere.

Enchanting Cloud of 1,100 Umbrellas Suspend Above a Grand Hall

An installation of over fanciful white umbrellas floated overhead at the 2015 Habitare Design Fair, infusing the space with a dreamy atmosphere.

Amazing Thrift Store Shirt Installations work of Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen on Design You Trust

Amazing Thrift Store Shirt Installations

Hangs Laundry to Create Art / Kaarina Kaikkonen Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates installation of second hand clothing. The artist hanging clothes on a rope, like the laundry room.

"Nude", 2009, by Vane Kostuanov

"Nude", by Vane Kostuanov

Installations by Susie MacMurray - UPCYCLIST  The beautiful Echo (2006) pictured above is an installation of 10,000 hairnets containing strands of used violin bow-hair in York St Mary’s, Yorkshire.

Installations by Susie MacMurray

SUSIE MACMURRAY Site specific installation, York St Mary's, York Museums Trust 2006 hairnets containing strands of used violin bow-hair.

Mad. Sq. Art Celebrates Inauguration of Orly Genger's Installation for Madison Sq Park by FITZ & CO as Association - Mon, 6 May 2013

Million Feet of Colorful Rope Transforms Madison Square Park - My Modern Metropolis

Sculptures made of second-hand clothing, by Derick Melander.

Derick Melander

New York artist, curator and co-founder of TAG Projects, Derick Melander, meticulously folds and strategically stacks thousands of pounds of second hand t-shirts into social conscious sculptures.

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