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PULP: Reclaimed Materials Art & Design

PULP: Reclaimed Materials Art & Design is a Toronto not-for-profit devoted “to the integration of design, architecture, environmental awareness, and social activity to enhance communities around the city.” Their yearly party is becoming legendary, and typically focuses on alternative uses of discarded materials through installations and activities crafted from reclaimed paper.

photography by Maiku Creative Productions

Adhacks by Stephanie Avery at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku Creative Productions
Fated Forest by Alisha Sunderji and Brianna Smrke (A_B Collective) at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku
Giant Interactive Comic Book by Tanya Decarie at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku
Paper Poppers by Nancy Nguyen under Ripple Effect by Natalia Bakaeva and Xiao Sunny Li at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku
Performance artist Mary-Dora Hansen at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku Creative Productions 1
Performance artist Mary-Dora Hansen at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku Creative Productions
Ripple Effect by Natalia Bakaeva and Xiao Sunny Li at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku
T.dot Bangerz Brass in front of Bucky’s DNA by Ron Wild and David at PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku Creative Productions
T.dot Bangerz Brass PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku Creative Productions 1
T.dot Bangerz Brass PULP art party 2019 – photo by Maiku Creative Productions
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