CDs are starting to slowly go out of fashion. Now we can download a music directly on the phone or throw a movie that we would like to see on a flash drive, memory which is much greater than the memory of disk. If you have a few dozen CDs around the house, do not rush to throw them away, as they can be given a second life. Look what CD art&crafts your unwanted discs can be turned into. From one-of-a-kind Christmas ornaments to glamorous plates and clocks. There are creative ideas and ways to recycle that pile of your old CDs. But keep your head up – don’t cut CDRs, incredients are toxic.
Australian graphic designer and illustrator of children’s books Sean Avery, in addition to his main profession is engaged in manufacturing of original sculptures. The basic material for his works are old CDs. CD art by Sean Avery
Italian artists, 29-year-old Mirco Pagano and 25-year-old Moreno De Turco are the authors of an unusual art project – they have created iconic images of singers and musicians, using CD-drives.
Remember the days when we had shelves full of CDs with music, movies, and back-ups of our more-important-than-life files? If you haven’t thrown them away yet, this list is for you!
Artist from Britain Bruce Monroe found a way to give a second life to outdated CDs. He uses them for decorating reservoirs: The giant leaves of the CDs look great on the surface of the water and look like lily pads.