26 May '11, 2pm

Slovenian artist Miha Artnak works on his "Plastic Bag Monster" artwork in Brussels

Slovenian artist Miha Artnak (L) and an assistant work on the "Plastic Bag Monster" outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels May 24, 2011. Artnak collected 40,000 used plastic bags and... more Slovenian artist Miha Artnak (L) and an assistant work on the "Plastic Bag Monster" outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels May 24, 2011. Artnak collected 40,000 used plastic bags and 7,500 used plastic cups to create his "Plastic Bag Monster" artwork, which symbolizes the spread of consumerism and waste segregation, according the the artist's website. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) less

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