Plastic pollution summer project

Collection by Daisy Boston

8 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean every year [Steffen Kraft illustration] Save Planet Earth, Save Our Earth, Save The Planet, Environmental Posters, Environmental Issues, Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Wall E, Salve A Terra

Steffen Kraft Illustrations

Selected illustrations with a nostalgic but yet witty touch created by Steffen Kraft. Born in Heidelberg, Germany, Steffen Kraft is a creative

Ocean waste builds up. This artist reveals out there.Ocean plastic is piling up. Barry Rosenthal shows his sizeSave the il .Save the ocean. Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Waste Art, Save Our Earth, Save Our Oceans, Trash Art, Sneaker Art, Plastic Art, Watercolor Art

Gwen Vanderstraeten (@mellongwen) • Instagram photos and videos

Save the ocean. A2 illustration. Copyright Mellon. See more on #illustration #illustrate #draw #drawing #art #artwork #savetheocean #ocean #whale #debry #garbage #pollution #savetheearth #green #eco #ecologic #thinkgreen

Hold the Sea Plastic Free Marine scene. Marine waste pollution design for those interested in protecting sea life from pollution. Help keep the ocean free of plastic and garbage. With original artwork and a unique message, this design makes a great gift. Save Planet Earth, Save Our Earth, Save The Planet, Our Planet, Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Save Our Oceans, Plastic Waste, Environmental Art

‘Keep the Sea Plastic Free Marine Scene’ by Bangtees

Buy 'Keep the Sea Plastic Free Marine Scene' by Bangtees as a A-Line Dress, Acrylic Block, Active T-Shirt, Apron, Art Print, Backpack, Bath Mat, Throw Blanket, Canvas Mounted Print, Canvas Print, Chiffon Top, Classic T-Shirt, Clock, Coaste...

Every drop counts to make an and every piece of dumped results in an increase in Be part of the solution and make a resolution to reduce this year. Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Water Pollution Poster, Gay Pride, Plastic And Environment, Ocean Illustration, Save The Sea Turtles, Plastic Art, Ocean Art

Rachael Amber Illustration on Instagram: “by the year 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans • #environmental #environment #crisis #water #plastic #oceans…”

34 Likes, 0 Comments - Rachael Amber Illustration (@rachael.amber) on Instagram: “by the year 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans • #environmental…”

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Thinh Nguyen

Assignment at RMIT University 2013 The assignment was convey awareness or a message for a social issue that I am passionate about. With my poster, I want to raise awareness of marine landfill. “Around and around: bottles, plastic bags, fishnets, clothing, lighters, and myriad other man-made items, held until they disintegrate, make their way to distant seas, …

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Pushart Illustration: The Great Wave of Plastic

Pushart Illustration: The Great Wave of Plastic. Pushart was commissioned by Mother Jones magazine to illustrate an article on the dangers posed by the tsunami of plastic utensils cluttering our oceans.

How about freshly "caught" fillets of condoms, a plastic surprise or Styrofoam bites? Here are a few examples of "Catch of the Day," a guerrilla ad campaign sponsored by Surfrider Foundation to educate people at farmers' markets about the Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Saatchi & Saatchi, Trash Art, Public Service Announcement, Environmental Art, Farmers Market, Just In Case, A Level Art

Surfrider foundation: catch of the day.

Très fin. Explicite à la fois très choc. Retour en image sur cette ancienne campagne de communication.

garbage in the ocean - These Surfrider Foundation ads show that when there’s garbage in the ocean, it comes back around and ends up being what humans eat. The ads w. Clever Advertising, Print Advertising, Advertising Campaign, Garbage In The Ocean, Ocean Projects, Visual Metaphor, Ad Of The World, Ocean Pollution, Guerilla Marketing

Surfrider Foundation: You eat what you dump, 2

Print advertisement created by Y&R, France for Surfrider Foundation, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Ocean trash reborn as art in Alaska. Marine debris is transformed into art for a new exhibit at the Anchorage Museum, offering an ee. Plastic Sheds, Plastic Art, Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Plastic In The Sea, Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Instalation Art, Marine Debris, Sculptures

The art of effective protest: from flamenco flash mobs to craftivism

Environmental and social campaigners are getting creative by using illustration, craft and dance to put sustained pressure on business and governments

Waves for days. Trash for eternity. That’s what photographer Zak Noyle discovered on a recent trip to Java, Indonesia. The waves of Java, always known fo. Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Garbage Waste, Water Pictures, Out To Sea, Environmental Issues, Ocean Life, Change The World, Bali

Pollution : le plastique envahit le paradis des surfeurs

La pollution par le plastique gagne progressivement tous les océans ; l'Indonésie en est un triste exemple.

Artists Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez create innovative underwater sculptures out of jeans, streamers, and lawn chairs–to remind us that stuff doesn’t belong down there. Underwater Sculpture, Ocean Underwater, Ocean Pollution, Plastic Pollution, Looking Gorgeous, Beautiful, Landscape Art, Art Direction, Illustration Art

Super PAC App Uses Audio Fingerprinting To Cut Through Election-Ad Spin

Run into a questionable campaign commercial? Hold up Super PAC App to the TV. It’s a Shazam-like app with a political bent that gives you just the facts.