I think the CES show in Las Vegas has inspired me to continue on with e-waste art. With all the new ‘inventions’ there will be more and more ewaste into our waste streams and landfills. It is said that 70% of what goes into our landfills is e-waste!
Top 9 Eco Recycling E-Waste Artists
Brenda Guyton’s Sculptures reflect her love of nature’s animals. She sculpts animals from dogs, rabbits, insects, snakes, lambs into remarkable e-waste sculptures. She works out of her garage and parts are supplied by friends and she takes donations! you can email her from the site
By now, many people know they should recycle their cell – phones or even sell them for worthy causes. But still thousands of obsolete cells phones sit in drawers and garages waiting for what?? This giant cell phone eco art sculpture was created in Cluj-Napoca, Romania to as part of the citys Planet Report Environment and Film Festival.
Forest McCluer took 30 Computers– apart to make up a series of artworks. His work is documented on his website , an ongoing project to deconstruct 30 discarded personal computers and then create sculptures from all their constituent parts
Bart Vargas has been committed to exploring ways to reuse trash. He created a series of keyboard sculptures that reflect a world view of our obsession with electronics as well as my personal favorite, The Nest
Alexandra- Alexandromeda Project
In order to bring attention to the amount of e-waste the Royal Society of Art built the WEE Man a giant sculpture representing the amount of waste that 1 person will dispose of in their lifetime. Wee Man weighs 3 Tons!