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Crisp Packet Tent



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Crisp packets combine a thin layer of impermeable material with outer layers of a cheaper permeable one, producing a composite which keeps crisps crisp, but which cannot be recycled: an example of misguided ingenuity creating an environmental problem.

Collecting six hundred used crisp packets from the streets around King's Cross in London, Jack fused them together to make a tent which is suggestive of the precarious climate future caused by poorly conceived industrial inventiveness.

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