Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The Trash Museum

From the New York Times:
"Nelson Molina, a New York sanitation worker, created a gallery out of hundreds of items rescued from the household trash he collected during the past 20 years.
Today, he estimates he has close to 1,000 pieces in his collection, arranged with great thoughtfulness, and even humor, in an enormous open room against cream-colored brick."

Kind of feels like a bettershelter home.
We approve.

See whole story HERE

1 comment:

scott davidson said...

"There should be pictures of food in the dining room and landscape in the living room," says my daughter, who
is just starting her interior design course at our local university. So I asked her to browse to wahooart.com on the computer.
There she can choose good canvas prints to be made from a vast choice of Western art and she picked this
one of fish by Braque, http://
for the dining room.