We’re at the crossroads of when artwork intersects with climate change and conservation.
Learn more about artists using their talents to inspire us to reduce our reliance on plastics, while calling attention to the growing problem that it poses to the environment and marine life.
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1. SOS Debris Art: Creates marine-inspired art solely using items found during debris cleanups. https://www.facebook.com/SOSdebrisart/
2. Gillez Cenazandotti: Uses marine plastics to create sculptures of animals evolved to live in a trash-filled world. http://gilles-cenazandotti.com
3. Alejandro Duran: multi-media artist whose “Washed Up” photo series emphasizes the impact of consumer culture. https://alejandroduran.com
4. Pen Guy Art: Makes artwork from pens that would otherwise be thrown out. https://penguyart.com
5. Barry Rosenthal: Uses debris collected to create themed photographs highlighting the ubiquity of plastics. http://barryrosenthal.com
6. Angela Pozzi: Creates sculpture of animals affected by pollution using debris collected from the coastline of Oregon. https://washedashore.org
7. Mandy Barker: Creates artwork from debris collected from the beaches of Hong Kong. https://www.mandy-barker.com
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Photo Credit: Mandy Barker