Students from a School in Britain recently created a boat sculpture from waste. The sculpture, called HMS Revival, is made from discarded bottles, bin bags, shopping bags and plastic cups held together with bamboo, rope and glue.
The purpose of the sculpture was to raise awareness about the problem of litter in Henley and the River Thames. Henley-on-Thames is a town and civil parish on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England.
It took the 12 teenage students a total of two days to create sculpture after spending the previous week collecting waste from along the river bank.
The sculpture will be displayed in the River & Rowing Museum‘s community gallery until December as part of its Nature on Your Doorstep exhibition.