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Heartless Bag is a sculptural representation of the human heart. Made entirely from recycled and unused plastic bags- ironed and then stitched together. It takes up to 100 years for plastic bags to bio degrade in landfill if they are exposed to sunlight. The average life span in 2012, in the UK, was 81.5 years.This piece explores the idea that humans are likely to die long before the plastic bags they have used in their lifetime have broken down in landfill sites.

Heartless Bag is a sculptural representation of the human heart. Made entirely from recycled and unused plastic bags. It takes up to 100 years for plastic bags to bio degrade in landfill if they are exposed to sunlight. The average life span in 2012, in the UK, was 81.5 years. This piece explores the idea that humans are likely to die long before the plastic bags they have used in their lifetime have broken down in landfill sites.

Heartless Bag is a sculptural representation of the human heart. Made entirely from recycled and unused plastic bags- ironed and then stitched together. It takes up to 100 years for plastic bags to bio degrade in landfill if they are exposed to sunlight. The average life span in 2012, in the UK, was 81.5 years.This piece explores the idea that humans are likely to die long before the plastic bags they have used in their lifetime have broken down in landfill sites.

Heartless Bag is a sculptural representation of the human heart. Made entirely from recycled and unused plastic bags- ironed and then stitched together. It takes up to 100 years for plastic bags to bio degrade in landfill if they are exposed to sunlight. The average life span in 2012, in the UK, was 81.5 years.This piece explores the idea that humans are likely to die long before the plastic bags they have used in their lifetime have broken down in landfill sites.

Heartless Bag is a sculptural representation of the human heart. Made entirely from recycled and unused plastic bags- ironed and then stitched together. It takes up to 100 years for plastic bags to bio degrade in landfill if they are exposed to sunlight. The average life span in 2012, in the UK, was 81.5 years.This piece explores the idea that humans are likely to die long before the plastic bags they have used in their lifetime have broken down in landfill sites.

In pictures: Life on a Kenyan dump

Dandora Municipal Dump site less than 5 km (2 miles) from central Nairobi lie the smouldering mountains of rubbish thrown away by the residents & businesses of the Kenyan capital. Dandora is one of Africa's largest dumping & scavenging grounds. This slum dweller hopes to sell scraps of rubber for $.50