NBCU's "Trash TV": the full viewNovember 19, 2009: 12:58 PM ET
I told you that NBC Universal (GE) is decorating its "Green is Universal" eco-campaign this week with a strange but cool art project inside 30 Rock. An environmental muralist named Tom Deininger spent all afternoon yesterday inside Studio 8H--the home of Saturday Night Live--with 300-plus inner-city school kids and NBC staffers building a massive wall relief completely out of trash.
That's right. 100% garbage. Used cue cards from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Old cassette tapes from NBC Sports. Junked CDs and DVDs.
I told you I'd share what these oddball artists created--and here you go.
The mega-mural is based on a photo called Aspen Groves by the late, great Ansel Adams. NBCU hasn't decided where they'll put the mural on public display. But it'll likely be a public school or community space somewhere in New York City. Any takers?