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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-09-10

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Broken toys turn into works of art

  • [01] Broken toys turn into works of art

    An alternative and environmentally friendly proposal saves the broken children's toys and useless materials that can be found in most children's rooms from being tossed into the trash can.

    Destroyed toy cars, broken dolls and trains can be part of a modern form of recycling and turned into works of art in an alternative workshop established within the framework of the 74th International Trade Fair in Thessaloniki (TIF).

    Between September 11 and 13, children will transform their broken toys into brand-new ones, saving the planet from additional plastic waste, under the guidance of Miquel Angel Juan Oliver (Llonovoy), founder of "The Strange Museum of Lllonovoy" in Majorca, which houses a Broken Toys Collection and also runs a Travelling Exhibition of Original Toys made from broken toys.

    This unique workshop is part of the "Kid & Fun" exhibition and is open to children between the ages of 7 and 12./ ANA-MPA/STR


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