Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Giant Christmas Tree Made From China Plates, Mugs, And Teacups

Townspeople from Hasselt, Belgium collaborated with Inge Vanluyd and Stefan Vanbergen of the Belgian studio Mooz to create this giant Christmas tree in the town square. Residents donated extra unused plates and cups to help create the tree, which is comprised of over 5,000 pieces of china dinnerware and stands over nine meters tall and six meters in diameter. The tree was dubbed the "Taste Tree" due to Hasselt being known as "the capital of taste".  

All images via Fresh Palace

What do you think?

Enjoy your day!


  1. This is kind of a crazy question but I wonder how they keep the wind from moving all those plates, etc. around. It does not look like they are glued together. Here the thing would be one big chipped mess of broken plates with the wind we experience. xo Diana

  2. Very pretty and a great idea!I like all kind of reuse-things.
    I`m also thinking about the wind...

  3. Love everything about it! Thanks for sharing, it's wonderful!