Cutest Street Art Ever


I first heard about Joshua Allan Harris’ inflating plastic bear and other sculptures via a link to this Wooster Collective post on the Visible Trash Society garblog. Then I found his air zoo on The Fader.

And then today, my public radio friend Julie sent me an NPR story pulling all of this wonderful street art into our favorite context: TRASH! Who knew the fight against plastic bags could be so endearing?


6 Responses to “Cutest Street Art Ever”

  1. Giraffe « everydaytrash Says:

    […] Remember the adorable “air bear” created by art student Joshua Allen Harris?  Check out his […]

  2. Reblog: WebUrbanist on Trash Art « everydaytrash Says:

    […] Reblog: WebUrbanist on Trash Art One of the fun things about going out of town and slacking off on the trash research for a bit is that when you finally get around to rooting around for what you missed, there’s quite a bit out there. Treat yourself to this excellent WebUrbanist post highlighting 7 trash artists. You’ll see some old favorites, like the miraculous silhouettes made from trash shadows to the world renowned trash people to street art made from trash. But there are some new (to me at least) discoveries in there as well: turkeys made from scrap metal and this lovely bear head made of woven plastic bags. If you ask me, there’s nothing sweeter than a plastic bag bear. […]

  3. So many good things in one « everydaytrash Says:

    […] on how to make a plastic-bag eating giraffe by the fabulous Mark Jenkins.  You know how I love street art, giraffes and creative ways to reuse plastic bags and promote their […]

  4. Trash love, a two way street « everydaytrash Says:

    […] Cruz Trash Orchestra, Joshual Allen’s air bear (of which, you may have noticed, I became a huge fan) and the fantasticly eccentric Friesno Boning (who I then hit up for  Trashtastic Tuesday Q […]

  5. Ride the Subway « everydaytrash Says:

    […] the Subway By Leila Darabi Remember Joshua Allen Harris‘ adorable air bear, air giraffe and eclectic air zoo? If the plastic bag polar bears in this ad council bit […]

  6. Up-posting « everydaytrash Says:

    […] Decorative Dumpster Day; Trash Track; How the Fed disposes of old money; Joshua Harris’ bear and giraffe…and so many more. Check out the 4+ years of archives and stay tuned for new trash […]

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