Sculptures of Ocean Plastic Raise Awareness for the Sea

Posted In Beach Art, Pollution

Photo courtesy of: © Mary Flynn


Washed up plastics and marine garbage pose a threat to the ecosystems and animal lives they invade, a problem which activists have worked to bring light to in recent years.

While news and science are powerful mediums for conveying these messages, the work of artists has also played an important role in the sharing of concern for the state of the seas…

Read Full Article, Plastic Pollution Coalition, Plastic Free Times

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