Location: Ohana Cannabis Co, 5770 Peladeau Street
Date Painted: 2022
Date Photographed: 2022
Photographer: Trailhead Bob
Description: person reclining, face is a skeleton. fish
Notes: mural is in 3d (see video below). work in progress below. Artist statement: Plastics are the most common form of marine debris. Once in the water, plastic debris never fully biodegrades. Fish, seabirds, sea turtles, and marine mammals can become entangled in or ingest plastic debris, causing suffocation, starvation, and drowning. Plastic contamination will soon be catastrophic for human health. The two different lenses show you two different outcomes: 🔴 The world where humans take oceans for granted. Plastic pollution and acidification is only getting worse, and eventually, sea life comes to an end. 🔵 The world where plastic is reduced and recycling is done properly. No more single-use plastics. The oceans are clean again, and pH levels are back to normal. Sea life is thriving.