Have you seen Armén Rotch’s tea bag art yet? (Pictured above if you haven’t.) They look a little like pixilated landscapes that, apparently, smell heavenly. After seeing them, and falling a little in love, I was wondering who else was making art using tea bags. Here’s some of the best I found.
These first two are by Alejandra Villasmil. There’s something about their minimalism that I find soothing, kind of like a cup of chamomile.
This piece by Valeria Burgoa looks like a patch of flowers, no?.
These tea bag pants, by an unknown artist, hang in Lynn’s Paradise Cafe in Louisville, KY.
To go with the pants, how about a kimono? This one is by Wewer Keohane.
I’m not sure what’s going on here, but it’s interesting.
Artist Austin Kleon does charming tea bag ‘doodles.’
And finally, we have two gorgeous pieces from Ruth Tabancay. Besides the tea bags, they consist of acrylic paint, muslin, embroidery thread and batting.