This Artist Decided To Paint On Used Tea Bags And It’s Incredible – Design You Trust

This Artist Decided To Paint On Used Tea Bags And It’s Incredible

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While the most of us throw away used tea bags, Ruby Silvious, a visual artist and graphic designer have other things on her mind… Early this year, Ms. Silvious started a visual diary, 363 Days of Tea, to push her creative practice, share it on social media hoping to spark a different kind of inspiration…

h/t: boredpanda, foodeagle

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“Working on a sequel to 363 Days of Tea, I am continuing the series in 2016 as ’52 Weeks of Tea,’ with it being a little more manageable to create one work per week rather than one every day.”, Ruby told Bored Panda.

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