If you have any leftover glass bottles lying around in your house, it’s time to change them into art! How do you do it? Use masking tape to cover the “windows” and spray paint the bottle. Then color the space around windows just like Friedensreich Hundertwasser would have wanted you to… and use a sharpie to add the vase a spark. Once you take off the masking tape, your vase/house is ready. It’s recycled, colorful and it brings you closer to nature.
If you want to see visual step-by-step directions and more Hundertwasser-inspired projects, check out September issue of the arTree magazine!
First Issue of the arTree magazine is here!
Do you want to learn about architecture? In this issue of the magazine, you can design your own dream house, learn to talk like an architect and build a house out of a bottle. You find out why Hundertwasser loved windows so much and how Eric Standley cuts them out of paper with lasers. You will design (literally) sweet towers and play cities in your room. And that is just beginning! Have you subscribed yet? Click here to learn more.
Don’t forget – once you create something, share it with us. If you send us Hundertwasser-inspired artwork by October 30th, you will have a chance to win an art prize! This month it is an amazing Hundertwasser’s sticker book and markers for your window! Send us your pictures at art@arTreeKids.com.
The first official issue of arTree magazine is coming out on Monday. It’s all about Hundertwasser, architecture, laser-cut windows, play cities… and much more!
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