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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
    1 year ago

    Interesting

    LEENA ELIZABETH ABRAHAM
    LEENA ELIZABETH ABRAHAM
    1 year ago

    Interesting

    rio
    rio
    1 year ago

    very nice

    abonti
    abonti
    1 year ago

    omg the toilet

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