Pollution popsicles

Posted to Data Art  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Students at the National Taiwan University of Arts made popsicles using sewage runoff to highlight pollution problems in their area. Then they replicated the popsicles and made stylish wrappers for a longer-lasting display. Mmm, sewage. [via Mashable]

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