Our world is full of discarded appliances like refrigerators, and the Films on Fridges project in East London is one clever way to turn trash into treasure. The temporary outdoor movie theater is made of old, thrown-away fridges, and will screen athletic-themed films to build up to the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
The Films on Fridges pop-up movie theater was inspired by Fridge Mountain, a 20-foot heap of old refrigerators that had become something of a local landmark. Films on Fridges will remain in place through Aug. 13.
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