Gyuhan Lee Showcased His Upcycling McDonalds Paper Bag into Fashioned Lamps

Upcycling products of McDonalds paper bag wastes work well as a lamp.
Images by Gyuhan Lee

A South-Korean artist, Gyuhan Lee turned non essential waste into collectable lighting sculptures. In association with McDonalds, Lee upcycled some pieces of left-over McDonalds paper bag into some playful shape of simple lamps

Those lamps were originally crafted and manufactured by Lee by repurposing the layered paper-bags and hanging the glued pieces into the metal frame. It’s all tied together as perfectly functioned lamps. Lee explored a number of geometrical forms revamping McDonalds’ printed logo into some diagonal shapes. 

Gyuhan Lee also previously showcased his wide-drive interior palette by upcycling Nike’s shoe boxes.

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