1. A Christmas Tree Made from 5,000 Donated Ceramic Dishes and Cups in Belgium

    A Christmas Tree Made from 5,000 Donated Ceramic Dishes and Cups in Belgium trees recycling installation Christmas ceramics

    A Christmas Tree Made from 5,000 Donated Ceramic Dishes and Cups in Belgium trees recycling installation Christmas ceramics

    A Christmas Tree Made from 5,000 Donated Ceramic Dishes and Cups in Belgium trees recycling installation Christmas ceramics

    A Christmas Tree Made from 5,000 Donated Ceramic Dishes and Cups in Belgium trees recycling installation Christmas ceramics

    This year in Hasselt, Belgium a pair from the design firm Mooz created this concept of an enormous tree covered in 5,000 pieces of ceramic donated from local residents. The “Taste Tree” is meant to be a communal celebration involving contributed unused dishes…

    As a HUGE fan of alternative Christmas trees, I loved last years plastic bottle tree in Lithuania… Any idea seems better than heading out and hacking down a pine tree older than your grandparents… 

    The tree stands nearly 30 ft. tall in Hassel’s main square. Swerve!