11 Aug '16, 12pm

Photographer upcycles street trash into brilliant home decor

Walk through any city and you're bound to stumble upon 'street trash.' Everything from boxes of discarded books and clothes to whole pieces of furniture can be found curbside. It's not a green way to declutter - but many people scoop up these unwanted treasures and make good use of them. Tel Aviv-based photographer Or Kaplan has been inspired by discarded street gems his whole life. The DIY-extraordinaire has furnished most of his apartment with upcycled items from city streets, and he shows us just how beautiful and functional 'trash' can be.

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