July 27: A 50-metre-long artwork made from recycled aluminium drinks cans has been unveiled on top of the chalk cliffs in Sussex, UK.
 
The artwork took a team of artists a week to produce, and was commissioned by Coca-Cola to mark the beginning of Recycle Week in the UK. The scale of the flat sculpture means that it is only fully viewable from the air.
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