Submissions (17)

Thumbnail Title Description Artist Medium Rating
The Pacific Garbage Patch This art was created by an 8th grader at Bullis Charter School in California, USA.
clarissachen Collage
We are turning blue! I used colour to show the effect climate change is having on polar bears.
Tags: environment, climate change, garbage, ocean awareness, Suncity School
clannapurna Collage
Garbage disposal 杨金盈
sharklin Computer Graphics
Plastic on my plate..... I'm concerned about the rising plastic menace due to irresponsible disposal
Tags: environment, climate change, garbage, ocean awareness, Suncity School
clannapurna Drawing, Crayon
future drastic! future plastic! My picture shows an X ray view of the stomach of a sea creature. I'm concerned with the callous disposal of waste in the oceans. We treat the ocean like a giant dustbin! We will pay the price!
Tags: environment, climate change, garbage, ocean awareness, Suncity School
clannapurna Drawing, Crayon
A sea of garbage Garbage is being dumped into our seas, polluting it and making it dangerous for the creatures of the sea as well as us!
Tags: environment, climate change, ocean awareness, global warming, Suncity School
clannapurna Drawing, Crayon
stop putting garbage in the water my picture is about a whale dieing because there's so much garbage in the water
ellie4 Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Tread softly! please don't crush my home... Our painting shows penguins, polar bears, coral reefs and the ocean itself getting destroyed due to the dangerous activities of humans. In Hindu mythology, the tortoise carries the world on its back, upholding the Earth and the sea. We are showing the devastating march of humans destroying everything in their path. The poor turtle can no longer...
Tags: environment, climate change, ocean awareness, global warming, coral bleaching, garbage, coral reefs, Suncity School
clannapurna Painting, Acrylic
Play Over the Garbage LET US PLAY.
choyg8 Photography, Colour
More Plastic Bags, More Garbage, More Work This photo was taken at the Dandora Damping site. Ironically, there are those who want the site to be left there despite the cry of the residents who have to contend with the powerful stench from the site. These are the young boys who reap the benefits of the site by scavenging for valuables from the site and selling them to unsuspecting buyers.
erioch Photography, Colour