Canstruction is a unique charity art exhibition featuring structures made made entirely out of full cans of food. Recently, our firm participated in the Louisville Chapter's compeition along with eight other teams. At the end of the exhibition, all food is donated to the area's Dare to Care food bank.
We all know Cookie monster is no stranger to hunger. This year, our team constructed a six-foot replica of the Seasame Street character to raise awareness and create an impact with our local families who are food insecure. The structure was built out of 3,500 cans of tuna in about three hours. (Check out the timelapse of our structure). By donating cans of food to the Dare to Care Food Bank, our team hoped to take a “bite” out of our community’s needs and inspire others to do the same.
Winners will be annouced at an awards gala in early March. Visit Canstruction Louisville's Facebok page to see the 2017 Structures.
Pictured left to right: Louis Seidel, John Sprouls, Will Sprouls, Matt Phillips, Charles Crochet, Drake Mulcahy, David Bratcher, Maggie Morse, Joel Wallace, Brandi Jones, Ella Morse, George Morse, Ida Wrocklage
Canstruction is a unique charity art exhibition and event featuring structures made by teams of volunteers, youth groups and/or Canstruction contractors. Our structures are made entirely out of full cans of food. At the end of our exhibitions or events all food is donated to local hunger relief organizations. Visit canstruction.org to learn more