The new wall relief at Wilders Grove is made up of recycled materials including old T-shirts, cereal boxes and plastic grocery bags. More than 200 volunteers helped collect the items used in the piece.
The new wall relief at Wilders Grove is made up of recycled materials including old T-shirts, cereal boxes and plastic grocery bags. More than 200 volunteers helped collect the items used in the piece. COURTESY OF CITY OF RALEIGH
The new wall relief at Wilders Grove is made up of recycled materials including old T-shirts, cereal boxes and plastic grocery bags. More than 200 volunteers helped collect the items used in the piece. COURTESY OF CITY OF RALEIGH

Wilders Grove public art project focuses on recycling

January 21, 2014 11:16 AM

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