Toxic Art is artist John Sabraw and engineer Guy Riefler collaboration to turn pollution into nontoxic paint and pigments.
This project is about saving waterways from coalmine pollution (acid mine drainage) by removing it and turning it into valuable pigments and paints.
Watch/click this video to learn more: Toxic Art 'That's Amazing!'
We're building a small pilot plant to prove our process can clean up polluted streams and turn that pollution into valuable pigments and paints.
Our campaign hopes to accomplish the following goals:
To clean up our rivers and streams.
A cool public art wall to enclose our pollution-processing plant. We need funds to design and build it.
Produce new art that proves the viability of our pigments and to share that art with the public. We need funds for materials, shipping, and promotion.
Create an online gallery of your art using our pigments from pollution. We need funds to build, organize and run this online gallery.
On March 20, 2018 we will go live! Sign up to get updates and special info!
Please join our cause and pledge your support!