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    Nature Commode
    4 ft X 4ft

    By Aniket Mishra, Ankana Ghosh Dastidar, Arshita Sanghi, Debsingha Sarkar, Dhiman Narayan, Indira Biswas, Rajnandini Dey, Sia Agarwal & Shreyan Banerjee
    from, Calcutta International School, Kolkata

    Material used:
    waste cardboard, crafting wire, paper mâché, glue, gathered newspaper, scrap paper and a potted plant

    We decided to use cardboard and paper waste to create a comode. This is a representation of the state of toilets in rural India: unmaintained and waste ridden. The plant growing out of the toilet symbolic of nature reclaiming the earth as it demonstrates what often happens to rejected human waste .

    Price: Not for sale.

    The Team with Nature Commode.

    Aniket Mishra, Ankana Ghosh Dastidar, Arshita Sanghi, Debsingha Sarkar, Dhiman Narayan, Indira Biswas, Rajnandini Dey, Sia Agarwal & Shreyan Banerjee.

    For print.

    Archival Digital Print for A2 size:
    On Hahnemuehle photo rag: On request.
    On Hahnemuehle canvas: On request.

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    Rugmani
    Rugmani
    10 months ago

    Interesting

    LEENA ELIZABETH ABRAHAM
    LEENA ELIZABETH ABRAHAM
    10 months ago

    Interesting

    rio
    rio
    11 months ago

    very nice

    abonti
    abonti
    11 months ago

    omg the toilet