Wotsit the Bee-Eater
Meet Wotsit the bee eater. Made from trash collected on Sussex beach cleans and inspired by the seven birds currently nesting in Norfolk, driven north by climate change. You can see some pics of these beauts on the RSPB website or socials.
Wotsit was made over 10 hours or so of snipping and sticking beach trash, including fishing rope, fishing net, sweet wrappers, balloon ribbons, nut packaging, beach mat, weighted fishing rope, strap packing, ribbon, crisp packets, lollipop wrapper, biking glove, bottle lids, fishing cord, mystery fabric, chocolate wrappers, face mask packaging, mini cheddars packet, tent peg bag, fishing nets, nylon cord, hair clip, fishing bead, hair bands and the foil from a wine bottle.
Framed in a 30x30cm white frame.
Each artwork comes with a printed 'ingredients list' highlighting the beach trash and plastic used in creating the piece, so you can play spot the trash and identify the materials used.
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