Jana Cruder

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Discarded plastic cups and bottles are so prevalent, they're almost invisible. Two artists are trying to make them and their impact impossible to ignore.

LA Exhibit Makes Disposable Plastic Trash Impossible to Ignore

Discarded plastic cups and bottles are so prevalent, they're almost invisible. Two artists are trying to make them and their impact impossible to ignore.

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