Make art with plastic waste : the initiative is not new but our artist of the day does it without a doubt in the most poetic possible. William Amor, a committed artist based in Paris, was originally intended for a career in botanist. Since a very young age, he has a passion for the aesthetics of the Nature and for plants. After starting a career in landscape, he finally embarks on the world of communication and starts working in agency. In 2015, he meets Virginie Seguin who offers him to decorate the pool of his gallery Villa Cap Arts, in the south of France, with 400 flowers in plastic. This is where his project "Messaging creations" was born.
Because yes, William Amor has a specific style and a way of exercising his very particular artistic talent. His passion : divert plastic waste that pollutes the streets to make beautiful flowers colored more real than life. Creations full of poetry which also have the goal, you guessed it, of passing a message loud about respect for theenvironment. He speaks about his creations:
The messenger creations, it is a brand stories story and meaningful. My floral creations, born of the metamorphosis of the plastic pollution, turn into botanical varieties messengers of values. I do not buy material, I recover what is destined to be thrown away.
And it's with a lot of delicacy that the artist gives a second life to these plastic waste which become formidable objects of decoration. His first plastic flower was the anemone. Since then, William Amor has been able to make others, such as the poppy, the Himalayan blue poppy, the camellia and more recently the ginkgo biloba. You will find more information about the Facebook page of the project "Messaging creations".
And if the subject appeals to you, you can also take the opportunity to discover the initiative of the creative studio The New Raw in Greece that turns citizens' plastic waste into urban furniture.
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