You have a travel mug? Good for you. Now you can reuse your paper coffee cup too!

Installation view, "The Cup Drawings -- Studio in the Prow" (2011) by Gwyneth Leech. On view through December 31, 2011 at Sprint Prow Artspace, Flatiron Building

Many people practice reuse daily with their travel coffee mug. Sometimes you just want a hot beverage but don’t have your travel mug in tow. Well, if you’re living/working/visiting Flatiron–or is it called NoMAD?–the artist Gwyneth Leech has an artistic solution to your waste problem.

The tools of the trade, lit up in Sprint Prow Artspace, Flatiron Building, (5th Avenue and Broadway, New York)

The Cup Drawings are presented by Sprint and Cheryl McGinnis Projects in the Sprint Prow Artspace, where they can be viewed 24 hours a day. Gwyneth Leech, the artist, can be seen working in the space Tuesdays – Saturdays, from 11am – 2pm.

Also be sure to check out Leech’s blog, Gwyneth’s Full Brew, which is described in the project’s press release as an “integral extension of [this work featuring] cup drawings along with her vivid New York slice of life stories, her experiences from the window, and interactive comments and images from viewers.”

Gwyneth Leech, The Cup Drawings — Studio in the Prow, is on view at Sprint Prow Art Space, Flatiron Building, 175 Fifth Avenue (at 23rd Street) through December 31, 2011.

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