2011 Leftovers 10: Plastic Seconds at STITCH 'Art for the Earth' show

A few months back Plastic Seconds took part in the first major exhibition and auction by Stitch at The Dairy, near Russel Square. Stitch is an organisation that raises environmental awareness through the arts. Stitch does this by hosting events that use art to inspire and engage people with environmental issues.
This art auction featured the works of 40 artists - both emerging and established - working with a variety of different mediums to communicate a range of environmental issues including; Waste, Loss of Biodiversity, Sustainability, Water, Food, Farming, and more. The pieces started at £20 up to around £15,000 – so there was definitely something for everyone! Works by artists such as Richard Long, Darren AlmondMarc Quinn and Richard Wentworth, as well as many others, were featured. The event was in unison with EJF, Living Earth Foundation, Greenpeace and 10:10. You can see the works by checking our online catalogue HERE.
The pieces by Plastic Seconds were modelled on the auction night by members of the Stitch team :-) The fab lady that is Pandemonia attended the show and she featured us on her account of the night here!
Plastic Seconds LIGHT BULB NECKLACE modelled on the night by a lovely lady.

Another Plastic Seconds 20s style necklace modelled by Markella Koniordou

Here a girl modelling an amazing Fish and Chips creation by the equally amazing The Rodnik Band from their SS12 'Save The Sea' collection

The loverly Pandemonia stealing the show!