Aida Sulova lives in remote Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Upset with the rampant trash issues in her country, she's employed the power of art to express concerns with the problem. Inspired (possibly) by JR, Sulova uses large scale photographs as paste ups to remind people that what they throw in the ground sometimes ends up in our mouths. Despite the dirty nature, her work is undeniably beautiful as well. [Wooster Collective]