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Ruby's Tiny Tea Bag Art

Ruby's Tiny Tea Bag Art

Posted by Tim Donaldson on

We usually dismiss tea bags as wasteful and unnecessary but artist/graphic designer Ruby Silvious found a good use for them! In 2015 Ruby set out on an adventure called '363 Days of Tea'. Using empty tea bags as her canvas, Ruby drew, painted, printed and collaged a quirky piece of miniature art onto a teabag every day for 363 days. Why not 365 days? Well nobody works on their birthday or New Years day I guess?

Ruby has now published 363 Days of Tea: A Visual Journal on Used Teabags. Check out some of her recent work from 26 Days of Tea in France And Japan and follow Ruby on Instagram:

Ruby Silvious 26 Days of Tea in Japan Miniature Tea Bag Art

26 Days of Tea in Japan: Winter Upstate

Ruby Silvious 26 Days of Tea in Japan Miniature Tea Bag Art

26 Days of Tea in Japan Day 21: Tsuru Crane

Ruby Silvious 26 Days of Tea in Japan Miniature Tea Bag Art

26 Days of Tea in Japan Day 19: Small Wave

Ruby Silvious 26 Days of Tea in France Miniature Tea Bag Art

26 Days of Tea in France Day 16: Tournesols

Ruby Silvious 26 Days of Tea in France Cherry Blossom Miniature Tea Bag Art

26 Days of Tea in France Day 7: Cherry Blossom

Ruby Silvious 26 Days of Tea in Japan Miniature Tea Bag Art

26 Days of Tea in Japan Day 1

Ruby Silvious 26 Days of Tea in Japan Miniature Tea Bag Art

26 Days of Tea in Japan Day 1: Kabuki

 

What do you think?

1 comment

  • Gorgeous!! V creative! but how to keep maintain for long? the tea bags seems v fragile?

    Cherry Chang on

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