Chris Fisher is a maker. An artisan. A visionary.
His materials are mostly refuse and resin, convenient because he owns a local recycling business.
His blue eyes twinkle talking about how the School of the Arts recently bought 20 tons of tumbled glass from him to build an interactive park. Fisher Recycling‘s most glam products are one-of-a-kind kitchen counters with shiny bits of oyster, conch and recycled glass that are as glossy as a magazine.
As designers are finding out about his wares and snapping them up, Chris’ work is shifting from the straight-up business of recycling to a much more creative phase, using the detritus himself to make something that is greener than your kale smoothie…