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http://www.washed-up-project.com/files/gimgs/5_derrame.jpg  Washed up, plastics art series

Washed Up is an ongoing project by Mexican-born, New York-based artist Alejandro Durán that addresses the issue of plastic pollution making its way across the ocean and onto the shores of Sian Ka’an, Mexico’s largest federally-protected reserve.

Tim Pugh

Land Art: Something we should see more of.

British artist Tim Pugh makes elaborate artwork on site out of sticks, leaves, pine cones, and other found materials in nature. It sort of reminds me of Tibetan Buddhist sand paintings and Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty.

Jacob Hashimoto,  Untitled, 2012, bamboo, paper, dacron, acylic, h92 x w72 x d20 cm, courtesy the artist and Ronchini Gallery

Les motifs de Jacob Hashimoto.

World Environment Day 2017: Why It's Important And How It Affects You - FuzzFix

World Environment Day 2017: Why It's Important And How It Affects You -

7 35 billion gallons of pollution enter the ocean ever single day, harming marine ecosystems and life. Today the ocean is more acidic than it has been in the last years.

Alejandro Duran est un artiste multimédia né au Méxique. Il pratique son art sur plusieurs supports comme la photo, la vidéo...  Très concerné par la cause écologique et inspiré des oeuvres d’Andy Goldsworthy et Robert Smithson, l’artiste nous présente son projet actuel baptisé « Washed Up » où il met en scène des déchets récoltés sur les plages. Triés et déposés pour former des tableaux, il utilise les déchets plastique pour nous sensibiliser aux dangers de notre surconsommation.

Washed Up par Alejandro Durán

Artist Alejandro Duran collects countless bits of trash that washes up from locations around the world for site-specific installations for an ongoing project titled Washed Up.

SCULPTURE ET ANAMORPHOSE – JONTY HURWITZ

Sculpture et Anamorphose – Jonty Hurwitz

London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz creates amazing anamorphic sculptures that can only be seen in their own reflections. In fact, without the mirror cylinder

A brilliant artistic picture with a serious message.

This image sums up our oceans, beaches, and rivers today. The plastics represents that most of our bodies of water is polluted and filled with garbage. BE RESPONSIBLE, LOVE OUR PLANET!

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