What to do with the empty film canisters? Look what a splendid idea RePlayGround had: a room divider!
They explain at website they spent about 3 months collecting over 1000 plastic canisters in NYC to make this room divider. The empty film canisters was strung together with elastic giving it flexibility to be rolled up when not in use and when shipped. And the nicest thing is you can alternate tops and colors to form patterns!
I’m still new in lomography and couldn’t gather enough empty containers to make me a divider, but I think it’s a valid and useful idea. And it’s a great way to recycle and let indoors more attractive!
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