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All these plastic utensils were found on the beach and repainted and glued to show artsy them up.

All these plastic utensils were found on the beach and repainted and glued to show artsy them up.

Giving some manatee love and litter awareness at the same time.  This one was made from plastic all found on the beach either washed up or left behind.

Giving some manatee love and litter awareness at the same time. This one was made from plastic all found on the beach either washed up or left behind.

This was made from pieces of plastic,caps and straws that were all littered on the beach.  It was done for Expedition Florida 500.

This was made from pieces of plastic,caps and straws that were all littered on the beach. It was done for Expedition Florida 500.

This was made with all plastic,ropes, and ribbons that were found on the littered on the beach.

This was made with all plastic,ropes, and ribbons that were found on the littered on the beach.

recycling colourful plastic bits of garbage found on the beach into recycled art

recycling colourful plastic bits of garbage found on the beach into recycled art

20 million square kilometers... 11 million tons of plastic & trash in the North American Gyre.  There are 5 Gyres in the oceans of the world.   FIVE

Plastics, sea life, and art wash ashore (photos) - Page 12

20 million square kilometers... 11 million tons of plastic & trash in the North American Gyre. There are 5 Gyres in the oceans of the world. FIVE

Flowers made from plastic bottles and straws.

Flowers made from plastic bottles and straws.

Made by a couple who collect plastic they find on the beach.

Plastic Forever, Couple Makes Lovely Art Out of Beach's Plastic Trash

Made from balloons and ribbon found on the beach.  Even the background is a mylar balloon.

Made from balloons and ribbon found on the beach. Even the background is a mylar balloon.

This mako shark sculpture called "Finn" is built from some of the ocean’s biggest pollution offenders: plastic water bottles and Styrofoam peanuts, as well as buoys and nets picked up off the beaches.

This mako shark sculpture called "Finn" is built from some of the ocean’s biggest pollution offenders: plastic water bottles and Styrofoam peanuts, as well as buoys and nets picked up off the beaches.

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