Looking for a way to transform used wine corks into something useful? Here is an idea by London-based artist F. Conrad Engelhrdt: In collaboration with the various restaurants around the English capital he recycles used corks into unique paintings. To achieve a certain colour Engelhardt uses only the different shades of the corks and the wine stains on them. No paint involved. The secret lies in choosing the perfect corks and arranging them to create an image.
The world’s most popular stopper for wine, the cork, goes back to the 2nd century BC. Was about time it was recognized as art!?
Read more and see the videos on the official website www.corkbycork.com