Art in Action

Art is a universal and powerful means of communication. Its many forms - writing, design, sculpture, photography, film, painting, poetry, and much more - can educate, inspire, and empower individuals, and ultimately unite people into taking positive action.
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It's hard to imagine. Even harder to swallow.  95% of all seabird species are known to eat plastic litter. By mistaking it for food, they either eat it themselves or feed it to their young. Floating in oceans, plastic chokes, starves, drowns and poisons more than one million seabirds every year.  Save our Oceans. Save our Seabirds. www.birdlife.org.za #marinedebris #ARTinACTION #design

Outdoor advertisment created by The Jupiter Drawing Room, South Africa for BirdLife, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Plastic Objects Photographed to Look Like Sea Creatures || #marinedebris #photography #artivism

Plastic Objects Photographed to Look Like Sea Creatures

Environmental photographer of the year shows climate change issues across the world : TreeHugger http://lohas-scout.de/1lWqLx9

Environmental photographer shows climate change issues across the world

One of the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014 shortlist entries : Rainwater collection, by Prasanta Biswas (India)

#BeTheChange

We need you to help us tell everyone about the The Global Goals are only going to be completed if we fight for them.

Plastic Pollution poster || #plasticpollutes #marinedebris #campaign #advocacy #artivism

The brief: Using illustrative typography, create an poster to raise awareness about the "wicked problem" of plastic pollution. Sustainability considered with one colour printing.

Mark Dion, Cabinet of Marine Debris, 2014

ark Dion, "Cabinet of Marine Debris," mixed media. As seen in "Gyre: The Plastic Ocean" at the Anchorage Museum. Museum Exhibit Gives Perspective To Marine Debris Through Science And Art (PHOTOS)

#design #poster #advocacy #ARTinACTION

Food For Thought: 50 Impressionable Public Awareness Poster Ads

The Print Ad titled WWF Marine Protection Campaign: Fan Corals was done by Proximity Philippines advertising agency for product: WWF Marine Protection Campaign (brand: WWF) in Philippines.

Art attack: why getting creative about climate change makes sense

Art attack: why getting creative about climate change makes sense

Guardian - Art attack: why getting creative about climate change makes sense Bringing scientists and artists together can change attitudes towards global warming. David Buckland demonstrates how to make the cultural shift possible.

WASHED ASHORE || Priscilla the parrot fish || #ARTinACTION

Artist Angela Pozzi builds sculptures from washed-up plastic in order to cast more light on the problem of marine debris

Featuring two gigantic pieces of litter in public spaces, 'Natural Plasticity' will get people thinking about their own plastic habits. #ARTinACTION #marinedebris #plasticpollution #ocean #artivism

Art installation draws attention to plastic pollution

Featuring two gigantic pieces of litter in public spaces, 'Natural Plasticity' will get people thinking about their own plastic habits.

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