Contemporary Dutch Renaissance, using non-recyclable materials. Perfectly executed. Suzanne Jongmans photo’s are apt, with climate change at the forefront of discussion. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. The most important message being the everything is recyclable.
What to do, what to do with the clothes you can’t donate? The tattered, armpit stained, dingy old things that can’t be bought back to life. I use to throw what I couldn’t give away, or pass down to my siblings in the garbage. Then I learned the fashion industry is the second most wasteful regarding the environment.
An environmentalist, I kept my recent old clothing in a Trader Joe’s tote, until I could figure out what to do with them.
Then I found out that H&M will take all the contorted bras, the stretched out leggings, the shirts filled with holes…Just drop it off in the collection box at a store nearest you, then redeem you 15% off coupon. Photo: H&M