Miami Artist Greg Pitts Recycled Bins at TransAtlantic Festival

Greg Pitts (a.k.a "B.J.P") designed recycled receptacles that will be placed at various locations at the TransAtlantic Festival.
April 26, 2011 - PRLog -- Greg Pitts, the world's most diverse self-taught artist, has created a line of receptacles made out of recycled tires.  He began using recycled materials as part of his preparation for Miami Art Basel 2010 using the hood of a car to create an abstract masterpiece.  The successful reception of his concept has enabled him to think outside the box and create his 2011 series of recycled work called "Tire-d."  

"Tires are being tossed in land fields creating an unsafe environment globally which is unhealthly and toxic."  The artist focused on creating art with as many recyclable materials as possible in an effort to help others become more socially responsible and save the planet.  He feels that by creating works of art, it not only adds to the reduction in our "carbon footprint" but also adds aesthetics to the world-at-large.  

The artist has several designs of tires, from those used as recycled bins as those that can be seen at the Heineken TransAtlantic Festival, to single tires painted in various designs and colors that can be used as wall art.

Anyone interested in the purchase of any of the artists' recycled pieces can contact the artist at 954-253-0288.

The Heineken TransAtlantic Festival will be held at the North Beach Bandshell
on Friday and Saturday April 29th and 30th.
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