A science writer tweeted on Wednesday a series of colorful popsicles, saying he was shocked by the beautiful artwork of Taiwanese students.
What surprised @FerrisJabr the most is that the 100 popsicles were all made of polluted water collected from Taiwan’s rivers, lakes, beaches and ports.
The online accolade gathered more than 3,900 retweets and comments in one day, as well as 9,600 likes, with many online users praising the “work of art” created by Taiwanese students, calling it highly creative.
Three students reportedly conceived the art project, titled “Polluted Water Popsicles”— Hung Yi-chen, Guo Yi-hui and Cheng Yu-ti — from the Department of Visual Communication Design, National Taiwan University of Arts in 2017.
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