Featured in the Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt in 2006 Jean Luc Cornec's Telephone Sheep were a sensation that swept web. We've decided to revisit this exhibit to open a dialogue on the importance of art, design, and creativity in regards to the green movement. Jean Luc's sheep were constructed of older model rotary telephones and their accompanying cords wrapped around sheep formed under structures. The phone on the cradle strikingly resembles a head in this context with the melted and bent hand piece creating great hooves. In this new environment the out of date phones have taken on an entirely new life due to our shift in perspective. The ability to see materials outside of their traditional roles is key to reducing the mass of products our society currently consumes and reusing that which surrounds us everyday to its maximum potential.