ECO ART & PLASTIFLORA

ECO ART & PLASTIFLORA

"Plastiflora" (plastic + flora) is a series of eco-art installations in which de Beer is using plastic waste material, mainly used plastic bottles, to create a plethora of recycled synthetic vegetation. These floral variations include flowers, trees, shrubs and climbers. Some installations are actually placed in garden beds in cities some others are exhibited in galleries and museums.In addition to the artistic aesthetic aspect there are a number of significant advantages of plastiflora:There is no need to irrigate, thus saving water; it allows percolation of rain, thus saving more water for the next generations; it is resistant along time and requires minimal maintenance; there is no need to use chemicals and fertilizers; it offers an easy, friendly and educating act of recycling; it is easily integrated in the design of gardens and playgrounds in safe ways.

Eco Garden at The Knesset Israel
Eco Pyramid in Prague
Water Lily in Venice
Carpet of JOY
Black Flower
Desert Flower
Plastiflora – Arena Mall
Fibonacci Eco Spiral
Eco Garden at Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba Israel
Plastispace Exhibition at Ashdod Museum in Israel
Plastiwood in New York
Plastiflora Installations
Installation in Kfar Saba Gallery
Eco Window Plant
Plastiflora field in Bat Yam Museum