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Wild and sneaky Ted pimping.

This funky fashion forward masked bear is dressed by Sharli.
Get down to the Nelson Re-Use and Recycle centre and show a bear you care by pimping it with flare.
Let your own wild style jump right out of your brilliance onto a bear and into the world.


Bears take over chair.

In a wild and sneaky teddy plus the occasional guinea pig and lamb ambush this small
kids chair was unconventionally upholstered courtesy of the Nelson Re-Use and Recycle Centre.


Wild art apple man make over.

This wildly collaborative apple art is now the apple of our eye fashion trendsetter at WASAHQ. 

Its natural features have been enhanced by a makeover headed up by Karen from China and her crew in a process that made many smile. 

Consider this a heads-up on what the apples are wearing this season. Give major and not too serious consideration to the wild art potential of your apples and other vegetables:).

Sometimes it pays not to be a perfect apple!


Garden sneaks out of old chair.

This old boring chair became a random flower magnet thanks to the Nelson Re-Use and Recycle Centre.


wild and sneaky knitted stool butt sculpture

wild and sneaky knitted stool butt sculpture- Nickola Blunt
Far beyond the realms of knit one pearl one, inspiration for this wild sculpture just came into my brain one day. 

I was thinking that my gray stool was looking a little quiet on it and contemplating what kind of wild things could land in the NRRC window next.

This was fun, cost effective, (easy to assemble and change colour), for those with creative ADD or an emergency call to knit.

It also boasts the capacity to pick up passing vibrations and shimmy accordingly. All these materials are from the Nelson Reuse and Recycle Centre.

Get wildly creative, kind to the earth and cost effective and add your funky recycled sculpture to our Wild and Sneaky Art Face book page. Just have fun it doesn't have to be perfect.

more recycled sculptural than functional 


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