From Rubbish To Houses

One mans trash is another mans treasure, as this artist proves by building mini-mobile homes for the homeless – from recycled rubbish. Greg Kloehn uses garbage like bed frames, pallets, car consoles and even washing machine doors to build his creative constructions. The 43-year-old artist only has to buy nails, screws and glue for the colourful constructions as the rest are collected on scavenger hunts for illegally dumped rubbish.

One mans trash is another mans treasure, as this artist proves by building mini-mobile homes for the homeless - from recycled rubbish. Greg Kloehn uses garbage like bed frames, pallets, car consoles and even washing machine doors to build his creative constructions. The 43-year-old artist only has to buy nails, screws and glue for the colourful constructions as the rest are collected on scavenger hunts for illegally dumped rubbish.

One mans trash is another mans treasure, as this artist proves by building mini-mobile homes for the homeless - from recycled rubbish. Greg Kloehn uses garbage like bed frames, pallets, car consoles and even washing machine doors to build his creative constructions. The 43-year-old artist only has to buy nails, screws and glue for the colourful constructions as the rest are collected on scavenger hunts for illegally dumped rubbish.

One mans trash is another mans treasure, as this artist proves by building mini-mobile homes for the homeless - from recycled rubbish. Greg Kloehn uses garbage like bed frames, pallets, car consoles and even washing machine doors to build his creative constructions. The 43-year-old artist only has to buy nails, screws and glue for the colourful constructions as the rest are collected on scavenger hunts for illegally dumped rubbish.

One mans trash is another mans treasure, as this artist proves by building mini-mobile homes for the homeless - from recycled rubbish. Greg Kloehn uses garbage like bed frames, pallets, car consoles and even washing machine doors to build his creative constructions. The 43-year-old artist only has to buy nails, screws and glue for the colourful constructions as the rest are collected on scavenger hunts for illegally dumped rubbish.