You Have To See This Giant Rainbow Wave Made Of Discarded Thongs
This is where all your misplaced holiday footwear has gone.
A rainbow wave of more than 5,000 discarded thongs (you may know them as flip-flops) is on display in Seminyak, a beachside area in Bali, Indonesia.
The thongs were collected from three beaches on the west coast of the popular tourist island.
The project reminded Klauss and the volunteers of the real damage our habits have on the oceans.
All the thongs were collected from the ocean or from nearby surrounds.
The rainbow colour scheme in Klauss' installation was created naturally, without having to paint over the collected footwear.
It's not the first time Klauss created an art piece with an environmental message, but this Bali installation is the biggest so far.
Klauss said her "Lost Soles" series is site-specific. The materials are collected locally and won't be travelling to other locations.
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