Drilling two and a half miles deep into the ocean to look for oil will put you in the doghouse real fast if you can’t clean up the mess. If BP’s greasy mess in the Gulf isn’t alarming enough, how about global warming, slaughterhouses, over-fished tuna, and a giant island of trash floating around the Pacific? A wake-up call is in order, and the German artist H.A. Shult puts a whimsical twist on global environmentalism by building the first ever hotel built out of garbage. The Coke can you once littered like a cheap date and never called back, has returned with a make-over.
H.A. Schult is a German avante-garde artist renowned for his mind blowing outdoor installation of Trash People, an army of human sculptures made out of trash expanding throughout an entire amphitheater in Germany.
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