Upcycling artist Nick Gentry has a gorgeous new collection of film negative art. Gentry is a London based artist who loves to work with obsolete materials. We’ve previously featured Gentry’s beautiful floppy disc art. In his latest collection he uses film negatives to create incredible portraits.
Here’s a thought, what happens to pinball machines when they are beyond repair? Upcycler Dan Burfield turns them into pinball birdhouses! As an avid pinball collector and restorer, Burfield sometimes finds pinball machines that can’t be fixed. He gives these machines a second life as pinball birdhouses.
We love upcycled art! We were especially excited to see this gorgeous fire bell art. We haven’t seen fire bells repurposed as art before, and the effect of these works is jaw-dropping! Read on to learn more about the inspiration behind this unique fire bell art.
Are you looking for an awesome upcycled DIY Christmas star? Look no further! We’ve made a wicked DIY Christmas star using leftover fabric from pants that we cut into shorts. We’ve also upcycled some cardboard cereal boxes for this cool project. Read on to find out how to make your own DIY Christmas Star.
We love upcycles for pets and this cat tent could not be easier to make. Show your cat a little extra love with this sweet upcycled cat tent. All you need is a few minutes, 2 wire hangers, a piece of cardboard and an old t-shirt!
This bathroom shelf DIY is a simple project with a big impact. It’s the perfect solution for adding a bit of privacy to your bathroom without blocking light. This pallet upcycle also provides some lovely storage options for your bathroom. We love its rustic charm! Read on to find out how to create your own bathroom shelf DIY.
Halloween is almost upon us! To celebrate we’ve got a roundup of our favourite upcycled cardboard Halloween decor ideas. Read on if you’re looking to add a bit more spook factor to your house.
We love upcycles of all different materials, but glass and wood are two of our favourites. It should come as no surprise that we absolutely adore this glass bottle and wood vase! The design is simple and easy to replicate, and it’s a perfect use for those glass bottles you’ve been collecting.
These traffic sign chairs were created from cast off traffic signs and old, school chair frames. The style of these chairs was inspired by origami and the resulting design is edgy, urban and cool. Better still these chairs are comfortable and perfect for outside use – the traffic signs were made to be outdoors!
Why burlap pumpkins? Because October means pumpkin season. It’s the run up to Halloween and officially fall. This year we wanted to include pumpkins in our upcycled Halloween decor. We were super excited to think of burlap as the upcycled material to use!