Guerrilla Cling Wrap Sculptures Invade the Streets of Berlin

Walking through the streets with cling wrap, spray cans and ladders, Berlin-based guerrilla art crew Bosso Fataka turns trash into whimsical sculptures. Their pieces usually remain no longer than a couple of weeks, until municipal workers remove them, leaving photographs on their Facebook page as the sole documentation of their activity. Speaking about their work they said, "By now we're cling wrap experts and have realised that the supermarket one is the best for our purpose. But of course what matters is the rubbish that's inside. With our sculptures we give rubbish a new form. Cling wrap is just the shell."

Find out more about Bosso Fataka's work here.

via [Lustik]