'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition launches in Sydney

Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF
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A petrol bowser fashioned into a fountain is seen as part of the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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Australian singer and Nissan LEAF ambassador, Natalie Bassingthwaighte poses with the Nissan Leaf at the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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Australian singer and Nissan LEAF ambassador, Natalie Bassingthwaighte inserts money into a petrol bowser fashioned into a Zoltar machine at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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Australian singer and Nissan LEAF ambassador, Natalie Bassingthwaighte inspects the Nissan Leaf at the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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A petrol bowser fashioned into a fountain is seen as part of the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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Australian singer and Nissan LEAF ambassador, Natalie Bassingthwaighte poses with Australian artist James Dive at a petrol bowser fashioned into a bird seed ornament at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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A 'Charge Point' for electric cars is displayed at the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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A petrol bowser fashioned into a fireplace is seen as part of the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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A petrol bowser fashioned into a mini golf green is seen as part of the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)
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A petrol bowser fashioned into a barber shop is seen as part of the 'A World Without Petrol' art exhibition at Customs House on May 17, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Australian artist James Dive and inspired by electric vehicles, the interactive exhibition of 40 recycled petrol bowsers converted into useful everyday items is intended to promote the Nisaan LEAF, the first mass produced 100% electric vehicle in Australia. (Getty Images)