Janet Schreyer’s work is a commentary on environmental issues such as reducing plastic usage and it’s disposal. She proposes solutions for tackling some of these. Her work is an amalgamation of art and science, utilising maths and statistics to address social and environmental impact.
For her final collection Janet presents skeuomorphic toiletry bottles made of solid soap; a better alternative to its liquid counterpart. In addition, Janet has produced a collection of body, hair and animal soaps to prove there is a healthier, less damaging and toxic alternative to liquid soap.
Janet has also built and installed a public, plastic collection bin in response to a private commission. The bin, designed to resemble a fish is pictured, and may be viewed at the Liner Lookout Cafe on Plymouth Hoe.