We’ve a theme running at Mama Tea this month of “things to make with mama tea” and one of the discussions has been teabag art and what artists have created with teabags. A little research and we’ve discovered some amazing pieces of art all created from the humble teabag. Here are some of our favourites.
Armen Rotch‘s teabag art looks like beautiful pixilated landscapes. We haven’t seen any in the flesh but there are reports that it smells really good too!
The next artist we found was Judy Coates Perez, who create colourful quilts of teabags. She gives detailed instructions of how to create them if you fancy giving it a go at home.
This artist, Valerie Burgoa, is recycling used teabags to create this mosaic of colour, we think it looks like wood!
Patina Moon gives us instructions on her blog about how to create her delicate looking collages.
Clare Goddard creates dresses, as well as landscapes from teabags.
This final one looks like something that may be more achievable by us, Austin Kleon‘s teabag doodles are great fun.
These have inspired us to have a go at some teabag art, wonder what colours we’ll get naturally using mama tea, especially our ready mama. Time to have a cup of tea and think about it, and better not forget to keep the teabag!