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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 


poly box Xmas tree sneaks out at NRC

A brightly pimped  polybox xmas tree which is a little outside the box just sneaked out into the NRC window. Aided by a pacific themed angel sending wishes of kindness to all including the environment.


wildly recycled Wasa!roonians button it!

The phrase button it takes on a whole new meaning when you check out the face of this Wasaroonian.

Recycled buttons and ripped sheets from the Nelson Recycling Centre have created a wildly funky face lift and hair restyling for the summer season.

Erika from Sweden let her inner artist rip literally to create this funky person.

The term WASA!ROONIAN was first coined by writer Anthea Whitlock for the funky she and her friend Kay made when her inner artist sneaked out at the promptings of the inaugural WASA!.

It's always so fun to see how inspiration can domino in wildly surprising directions that encourage creativity to sneak out of people and leave the world a richer place said Nickola Blunt WASA! director.


degrunged, wildly colourful seating

Drab dirty cream and pink chairs recently shed their inhibitions............
grungy chair
and reclad in teeshirts, pajama material and calico  from the Nelson Recycle Centre with the wildly talented assistance of Swedish Wasaroonians Erika and Marten.

Erika pimped dining chair.
No longer a grungy and unappealing place for butt rest, these chairs now beckon diners to park their asses colourfully at WASA!HQ.

Martinator pimped dining chair


poly box turns into apple tree for NRC

Erika and Marten from Sweden with their polybox apple tree for the NRC Window

Erika and Marten let their inner artists sneak out onto a couple of poly boxes from the Nelson Recycle Centre.

We have been pondering whether we should use it to stealth out some real apple trees.

On a more practical note this is your ideal portable multi-purpose picnic table for camping or outdoor coffee tabling.

The apple box painting unleashed a wild creative momentum that
escalated into dress and face painting, reminding us all that life is meant to be fun.


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