Tag Archives: upcycling

Funky Garden Art From Single Use Plastics

                The Port Phillip EcoCentre is embracing Sustainable House Day 2012 on Sunday, 9th of September from 10am-4pm. The event is designed  to pick up ideas & explore D.I.Y and technological solutions to … Continue reading

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BagsRevolt Short Documentary

Hi everyone I am full of  Joy that we have finally finished the short documentary on Bagsrevolt. I am grateful to my husband Manuel Mejia for his amazing talent both as an Editor and Director. I think the end result … Continue reading

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Bags Monsters?

If you don’t know who the bag monster is or what he looks like take a look under the sink or in your kitchen drawers! Be careful, he’s awfully Ugly!   The Bag Monster is an eye catching character created … Continue reading

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UpCyling Melbourne’s Plastic

                    I arrived in Melbourne a month ago. As the days pass by I can say that I like this city more and more. It’s got such style, true character, like … Continue reading

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Green Power at the Tamala Park Landfill

The Tamala Park Landfill Education Center                   The Tamala Park landfill Visitors Center is a lively place full of examples of Up-Cycling “Trash” into Art and Educational Resources to teach visitors the … Continue reading

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