RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian artist Eduardo Srur reproduces works by renowned masters without using a drop of paint, but rather plastic collected from city streets and rivers.
For his most recent exhibition, Srur copied Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet and Warhol to draw attention to the pollution caused by the accumulation of plastic waste. "These works will probably last a long time in the history of mankind, just like the plastic we inappropriately dispose of in nature," he said in his São Paulo studio.
His exhibition "Natureza Plástica" (Plastic Nature) will debut in the São Paulo capital . . .