The creative designers called Bloo Nation have designed “The Waving Wall”, a street art in a wave pattern made of 1,200 nineteen liter water bottles. The purpose of the art is to bring attention to the amount of embedded water waste we use in the plastic water bottles that we purchase. The beauty of the wave and the message that is being stated is that this is the amount of water needed to create two pairs of jeans and the plastic that is being discarded is simply overwhelming.
Artist and photographer Mandy Barker’s ‘SOUP’ design is a series of images that focus on the immense amount of plastic products that humans have dumped and contributed to the current “North Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch”. Recent scientific research is showing that the ‘garbage patch’ has extended and grown, with plastics being reduced to smaller and smaller pieces, so that many areas of the world’s oceans contains some level of plastic.
Downtown Lisbon, in Portugal features an incredible visual called ‘Frozen Trees’. Designed by LIKE Architects, they are made of thousands of plastic bag dispensers from IKEA and changed into tall objects with 30 LED illumination and have a street light effect.
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