While graffiti may be one of the most popular forms of street art today, there is an undesirable side-effect to this art form—a large number of empty spray paint cans. Used spray cans are often discarded by graffiti artists on-site—not only do they become unsightly litter, but it’s also a waste to throw these cans away when they still have untapped artistic potential. The artists at non-profit recycling project Canlove collect used spray paint cans and transform them into stunning works of art. By deconstructing, painting and arranging these cans into unexpectedly beautiful bouquet-like forms, they have given these former trash a new lease of life. source: Design TAXI

While graffiti may be one of the most popular forms of street art today, there is an undesirable side-effect to this art form—a large number of empty spray paint cans.

Used spray cans are often discarded by graffiti artists on-site—not only do they become unsightly litter, but it’s also a waste to throw these cans away when they still have untapped artistic potential.

The artists at non-profit recycling project Canlove collect used spray paint cans and transform them into stunning works of art.

By deconstructing, painting and arranging these cans into unexpectedly beautiful bouquet-like forms, they have given these former trash a new lease of life.

source: Design TAXI