Alice Potts makes bioplastic face shields from food waste

Read the full story at Dezeen.

Designer Alice Potts combined food waste with flowers from London parks to create a series of bioplastic face shields for the NGV Triennial.

Potts made the face shields, which she claims are biodegradable, from food waste collected in London as an alternative to the many items of personal protective equipment (PPE) that are made from single-use plastic.

Named Dance Biodegradable Personal Protective Equipment (DBPPE) Post Covid Facemasks, the face shields will be on show at the NGV Triennial at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.

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