CSM & the singing recycling tree

Ok, so it doesn’t actually sing, or ring (she says showing her age – see below). But it does raise awareness about recycling plastic. It’s a lovely little tree at Thornhill Bridge Community Garden, on the western side of the canal bridge over The Cally, and it’s been decorated on this stark winter’s day with beautiful imitation leaves that glint as the sun catches them.

Fiona Leung and Queenie Wong, 2nd year graphic design students at Central St Martin’s  explain what they are doing in this video (above or click here). They have a lovely blog detailing all the exciting work they have done on the issue of recycling plastic. Can’t wait to see what our lovely CSMers do next to brighten up our lives and make us all think…

Thankyou so much for chatting with me today Fiona and Queenie.

Meanwhile, here’s an excuse for people brought up in the 1970’s to see a little treat!

And here’s an environmental message from Tim Minchin, ‘cos any excuse is worth a Tim.

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. http://www.cookiewp.com She also manages King's Cross Community Projects http://www.kccp.org.uk
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1 Response to CSM & the singing recycling tree

  1. It’s a good start guys! A lot of artists have utilized their creations to enlighten and raise awareness to everyone about campaigns regarding the environment and I hope that you will be doing more projects in the future along with your fellow artists.

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