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Big Earth, Small World

Photo Credits:  OPPD © 2011
Photo Credits:  Larry Ferguson © 2011
Photo Credits:  Larry Ferguson © 2011
Photo Credits:  Larry Ferguson © 2011
Finished in 2011

by: Machell Owens
Dimensions: 6' x 4'
Owner: OPPD

Location

Downtown
11th and Jackson, Southeast corner by City Parking garage
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Description

Repurposed refrigerator with collage of people, and a secret map on top

Additional Information

The Omaha Public Power District has unveiled five refrigerators as the canvases for five Omaha-area artists on outdoor display in the Old Market. Eventually, the fridge art will be moved to various Omaha locations. The repurposed refrigerators were among 2,500 that Omaha homeowners recycled in an OPPD energy-savings program. The utility offered to cart off old working refrigerators and pay $35 for the privilege. The district has recycled 1,550 refrigerators so far this year as part of its efforts to promote recycling and energy efficiency. The program runs through the end of October, 2011.

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