Junk Mail Art

Portraits from Recycled Junk Mail – Schimmel Art

(TREND HUNTER) It’s true, the old saying, beauty really is in the eye of the beholder. Schimmel Art is created out of recycled junk mail, ads and flyer. While most people regard unsolicited mail as an inconvenience, this artist saw it as a free tool for self-expression. Her ultra-modern portraits are stunning to… [More]

Trendspotter | Bianca Bartz

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6 Responses to Junk Mail Art

  1. Chocolate Matters says:

    Since the age of email, I don’t really think I get a lot of junk mail in my mailbox.  An occasional offer of credit but that is about it compared to the load of junk I receive in my junk mail folder via email.

  2. Sheldon says:

    This is cool – Sort of similar to Warhol – I would get one if it had the following: George Benson, Mary J Blige, Aaron Neville, Dick Gregory, and some other people – Happy New Year! –

  3. c says:

    Oh, you can get them with any figure you want, well on that note I’d take one with Sanaa Lathan, Angela Bassett, Gordon Parks, and Malcolm X.  There would be more but this would be a start.

  4. C. Rae White says:

    I love this concept! There’s a lot more paper and fabric trash that can be used to make this type of art. I’d get the Diana Ross version.

  5. the says:

    Warhol, indeed.  I like.  I think I’d like Hugo Chavez, Toni Braxton, Denzel, and Angela Davis.  Nice find, as usual.  How do you do it?  Peace.

  6. Styln says:

    Wordsmith: I just love art and unique stuff….I can hear it screaming my name!

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