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Ivory Coast artist recasts old mobile phones into art


Stitching together discarded mobile phone keyboards to make art, Ivorian artist Mounou Desire Koffi hopes to raise awareness about pollution. "I wanted to contribute something new," said the artist, whose work is on display in Abidjan until July.

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