Chris Jordan briefs the students of Wanganui Park Secondary College on the artwork construction.
Chalk is used to create the outline of the artwork.
First phones being laid into the number 23, which refers to the 23 million old mobile phones that Australians have hoarded in their homes and offices.
Chris Jordan and Students from Wanganui Park Seconday College place the last phone of this fantastic 4m x 8m masterpiece made from around 8000 mobile phones, the same number of mobiles that stored each day at home, never to be used again
Chris Jordan constructing the artwork.
The completed artwork
Closeup of the mobile phones in the artwork.
The final phones are being laid in the MobileMuster artwork.
MobileMuster collection box on display at the artwork.
The MobileMuster artwork in the sunlight
Crowds at Federation Square admiring the artwork.
Crowds at Federation Square admiring the MobileMuster artwork.
Chris Jordan speaking to the students at Hampton Park Secondary College, who have participated in the MobileMuster program since 2008 and collected hundreds of mobile phones.
Chris Jordan speaking at the Sustainable Living Festival 2014.
Chris Jordan presenting at the Sustainable Living Festival 2014.
WAYS TO RECYCLE
MobileMuster is the official product stewardship program of the mobile phone industry voluntarily funded by: