65-year-old Barry Robinson is a Brit who took his love of all things English to a whole new level with a rather tacky “art installation” in the grounds of a field in his native town of Hurley, Warwickshire. You see he salvaged three iconic red telephone booths from a dump and created a gi-normous “Telephone Tree” out of it that stands at over 20 ft. Now the project might have been accepted as a whimsical creation of a patriot were it not for MR. Robinson painting the metal girder green to make it look more like a tree! Of course the neighbors quickly branded the eco-design an “eyesore” and want it removed ASAP as it was ruining their view and a lovely local patch of green. I guess sometimes recycling isn’t all that good for the environment after all.
Recycling gone wild: the Telephone Tree
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