Found in Nature, Photos of Artfully Arranged Beach Trash Collected Around New York Harbor

Found in Nature, Photos of Artfully Arranged Beach Trash Collected Around New York Harbor

Photographer Barry Rosenthal collects discarded objects found along the coastal areas of New York Harbor to create impeccably organized compositions for his photo series "Found in Nature." More creative photography via Laughing Squid

Found in Nature: Photos by Barry Rosenthal

Found in Nature: Photos by Barry Rosenthal

Green plastic and glass containers. Found In Nature Green Bottles and containers Glass and plastic containers. Collected on the beach. Jamacia Bay, New York Harbor Barry Rosenthal. All rights remain the property of Barry Rosenthal.

Here is the work of recent graduate student from the UK, Mandy Barker. Entitled SOUP and named after the term given to plastic debris in the sea, this series of images aim to engage with, and stimulate an emotional response in the viewer by combining a contradiction between initial aesthetic attraction and social awareness. Written by Cyril Foiret

ocean trash photo collages by mandy barker "soup: ingredients: representing more than 500 pieces of plastic debris found in the digestive tract of a dead albatross in the north pacific gyre

saw and fell in love with this at 'origin' the contemporary craft fair - london design week - flotsam and jetsam lovingly collected over years and then arranged into neat little rows of vibrancy by Ella Robinson - www.ellarobinson.com

“Spot the shipwrecked in this colourful creation by talented young artist Ella Robinson!

Amazing and also disturbing sculptures created using discarded plastics materials found in sea or on shore. These sculptures were made by an Oregon-based organization named Washed Ashore. Incredible work to remind us the overuse of plastics in our modern society of consumption.…

13 Giant Sculptures Made From Beach Waste

Giant Marine Sculptures Made Entirely Of Beach Waste Will Make You Reconsider Plastic Use

One man's trash: the filtered flotsam of artist Stuart Haygarth – in pictures

Collection: Yellow (Credit: Stuart Haygarth/Art Books Publishing Ltd)

Colourful rubbish washed ashore along 450 miles of England's coast turns into art | Creative Boom

When artist Stuart Haygarth was commissioned to create a permanent artwork for the University College London Hospitals' new UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre in he decided to walk along more than 450 miles.

Colourful rubbish washed ashore along 450 miles of England's coast turns into art | Creative Boom

Mass production or pollution? Last chance to buy tickets for tomorrow nights talk with museum director Deyan Sudjic and artist and designer Stuart Haygarth. by designmuseum

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