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  • Theresa McGee

    One Plastic Beach. Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang have been collecting plastic debris off one beach in Northern California for over ten years. Each piece of plastic Richard and Judith pick up comes back to their house, where it gets cleaned, categorized and stored before being used for their art. The couple make sculptures, prints, jewelry and installations with the plastic they find washed up, raising a deeper concern with the problem of plastic pollution in our seas.

  • Nastya Kosarieva

    Plastic art by Judith Selby Lang & Richard Lang

  • summerhouseart.com

    Cavallo Point Prints - One Beach Plastic -Plastic compositions by Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang

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  • Alice Clark

    I love this one. The colors and the fact that the items are being recycled appeals to me.

this man makes plastic bags into something beautiful. cool idea.

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  • Mara Kriska

    Don't litter on beach or in ocean please

  • Kathryn Mays

    Just another reminder to try to remove as much plastic from our lives as reasonably possible. And I see the irony of typing that on my mostly-plastic laptop.

  • Amanda

    Don't litter anywhere,even stuff thrown on the streets ends up in our oceans.

Cardboard Relief Sculptures. A number of images from this website provide ideas for creating relief sculptures and mobiles.

The bird, part of the project Washed Ashore, was crafted by a group of volunteers -- everyone from mechanics to school kids, the community pulled together to collect and craft pieces of art that would explain the huge, huge issue of plastic pollution in our oceans.