Tits and Trash

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I’ve been getting an eyeful of  lingerie made of trash by keeping up with fellow garbloggers Little Shiva over at Visible Trash and Ruby Re-Usable of Olympia Dumpster Divers who each highlighted this recent Wall Street Journal article.  Thought I’d share:

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This image of a fabulous  number in Tab tabs by eco-artist Ingrid Goldbloom Bloch was ripped from the WSJ article.

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And Ruby herself constructed this wonderous wonder bra.  For more on Ruby’s work,  check out the Trashtastic Tuesday Q & A she graciously granted everydaytrash back in ’07.

For more on the fun and exciting world of garblogging, come check out my talk at the Princeton Public Library at 4pm today, part of the Princeton Environmental Film Festival.   The trashy lineup includes my talk and a trashy film screening, all opening acts for that trailblazing trashie, Elizabeth Royte.  Any readers out there from Jersey?  Hope to see you at the library this afternoon.  Everyone else stay tuned for the recap.

UPDATE:  Tits and trash are in the air.  Just found this pic of a brassiere planter to raise awareness of, you guessed it, breast cancer on Esther’s blog over at Je me recycle.

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6 Responses to “Tits and Trash”

  1. Ruby Re-Usable Says:

    Tits and Trash, what a title! and to be mentioned in the same post along with that good white Trashionista Little Shiva is such a trashtastic honor, I am all verklempt. Now we need MORE info and pics of tits and trash, maybe a new Everyday Trash feature?! love, etc Ruby

  2. everydaytrash Says:

    Let me know if you see anything else that might fall into this category!

  3. esther Says:

    yes, isn’t it great that our feminin parts are so inspiring? lol!! I hope you have a great time and keep us posted!!

  4. everydaytrash Says:

    Indeed. I had a great time in Princeton and highlighted all three of your boob posts, as well as my own, as part of my talk on the garblogosphere. What a sisterhood.

  5. Back like Jesus « everydaytrash Says:

    […] wonder bunny. This is my second favorite use of Wonderbread bags, just after Ruby’s amazing Wonder bra. recycled art bunny by Ruby […]

  6. Owen M. Says:

    Starting a site similar to yours forced me to start some research and I found your post to be extremely helpful. My site is centered around the idea that you can starve cancer by halting the angiogenic process. I wish you good luck with your work in the future and you can be sure I’ll be following it.

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