How 6,000 Used Cds Were Turned into Beautiful Art

How 6,000 Used Cds Were Turned into Beautiful Art

CDs art projec veil-Ignatov architectsIn a clever community art project, 128 volunteers attached 6,000 discarded CDs to a giant fishing net and then stretched it like a translucent veil between the pillars of a public park in Varna, Bulgaria, on the Black Sea.

For the project, dubbed Mirror Culture, architect Borislav Ignatov asked for donations of the “abundance of CDs laying forgotten in people’s closets” and soon gathered the 6,000 used in the project.

(READ more and SEE the photos at Slate)


COMMENTS