Plastic Ka Ped is a concept which traces its origin back in 2011. It is an initiative by StudioASOT to spread awareness amongst the youth of today’s generation. It is back with a wave of new crafts. It is yet another opportunity for you to contribute to an environmental cause.

Plastic Ka Ped 2019

Environment Day Special

 

Environment Day is a reminder for all of us that we must do more to bring a change! This time demonstrate your support for environmental protection this Environment in collaboration with StudioASOT. You can come up with your old useless stuff and learn their creative use by creative transformations. This workshop surrounds the idea of creating a change in the spirit of Reuse, Recycle and Recreate.

Join our kickass workshop.

Come, Create, Celebrate Art with us!

Plastic Ka Ped 2018

Earth Day Special

 

Plastic Ka Ped for the second time was even more triumphant. It was conducted on Earth Day i.e. April 22, 2018. It was an effort of all the participants towards creating environmental awareness through an artistic approach. Have a brief look at the events happened at the workshop!

Children Doing Origami with Mentor Rohan.

Participants Making Creative Artworks

A Session Conducted By Creative Experts

Plastic Ka Ped 2017

Diwali Special

 

The workshop of Plastic Ka Ped – 2017 was held on Diwali i.e. October 19, 2017. It was a green art and design workshop turning trash into art. It turned out to be a vibrant success comprising of exuberant colors of all forms of art. A glimpse of the workshop can be witnessed here!

Participants With Their Upcycled Artworks.

Creative Enthusiasts On Their Work.

Beautiful Artistic Skills Of Participants.

BAGS FROM BEDSHEETS

 

Keeping in mind the upcycle theme of Plastic Ka Ped, StudioASOT conducted a campaign in which beautiful recycled bags were created using the donated saris, bed sheets, and curtains.

Around 800 recycled bags were made out of cotton and silk saris, old cloths, bed sheets as well as curtains. These bags were given to local shopkeepers to replace the plastic bags they use. People who wanted these bags collected them for free.