Hiroshi Fuji
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Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji has been described as a ‘serial recycling artist’, using waste products to create new work. His work includes a large scale installation where 50,000 old toys were used to make dinosaurs and flying birds; boats made from plastic bottles were floated down a river and a forest made from hanging sculptures. His long term project, kaekko, is a space for children to exchange toys with each other.

What we love

Hiroshi Fuji’s work reminds us of the disposable nature of objects – but also their capacity to be re-loved when perceived differently. One man's junk, and all that.

How Hiroshi Fuji contributes to the circular economy...


Hiroshi Fuji makes it easy to rethink by providing new opportunities to change how you consume.

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