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Giant Recycled Trash Fish

large sea bream object, made from colourful debris found drifting at sea, produced by Japanese art group Yodogawa Tecnique, displayed at the Setouchi Triennale art event at the port of Uno

Found in Nature by Barry Rosenthal

"Found in Nature” Turns Pollution into the Solution. Barry Rosenthal is a New York photographer who stumbled onto using trash as an artistic medium after years of shooting plants in nature and realizing there was so much garbage littering these areas.

Washed Ashore: From Beach Trash to Ocean Art | After collecting, cleaning and sorting the plastic, the community came back together to construct the whale ribcage.

From a distance, Henry the Fish looks like a typical quirky and colorful sculpture you'd find in a small beach town.

Tom Deininger (3)  Bottle caps and other plastic things...

Tom Deininger creates stunning art from trash

Artist Tom Deininger takes recycling to a whole new level by creating enormous portraits out of trash.

TRASH --> ART Tragically made from trash found in ocean. Marine mammal sanctuary. Sausalito, Ca

TRASH --> ART Tragically made from trash found in ocean. Sausalito, Ca Creative thinking by creating a fish from trash found in the ocean.

Temporary "trash" artwork puts marine debris problem in perspective. Alejandro Duran and his team created the "Washed Up" project - a series of temporary installations meant to bring awareness to the affect waste has on the environment.

Temporary 'Trash' Artworks Put Our Oceans' Waste In Perspective

Corals face 'slow starvation' from ingesting plastics pollution, experts find | Corals such as those found on the Great Barrier Reef consume ‘microplastics’ in the sea at the same rate as their normal food but cannot expel the fragments

Corals face 'slow starvation' from ingesting plastics pollution, experts find

Corals face 'slow starvation' from ingesting plastics pollution, experts find - Corals such as those found on the Great Barrier Reef consume ‘microplastics’ in the sea at the same rate as their normal food but cannot expel the fragments

Art made from trash and materials washed ashore in the SF Bay Area--bringing awareness of marine debris and plastic pollution: www.washedashore.org/ #earth #day Pin by Ken Carino. Reminds us to reduce, reuse, and recycle. AFS

Art made from trash and materials washed ashore in the SF Bay Area--bringing awareness of marine debris and plastic pollution: reduce, reuse, and recycle.

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