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Home Health 'I make art out of discarded face masks'

‘I make art out of discarded face masks’

A person who creates paintings out of discarded face masks mentioned he has turn into “addicted” to litter selecting.

After 5 years working at a brewery, Thomas Yates, 45, from West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, was made redundant initially of the coronavirus pandemic and makes use of the additional time clearing the streets.

He has collected greater than 2,800 deserted face masks whereas out operating and biking and posts his creations on social media, the place he has attracted a whole lot of followers.

“I’ve questioned myself, ‘Why am I making art out of litter? And then once you see the top outcomes, I feel they’re fairly good,” he mentioned.

A spokesman for Rushcliffe Borough Council mentioned: “We want to thank Thomas for his glorious work and all the various volunteers who already litter choose of their native communities usually and assist preserve our streets, parks and open areas even tidier.”

Video journalist: Chris Waring

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