Hong Kong Soup 1826 Poster
With a big interest for the environment, English photographer Mandy Barker started taking pictures of plastic waste on beaches. But seeing as no one cared, she instead started to make art from the plastic waste that she collected, and then taking photos of it. Suddenly people started noticing Barker's important message about how bad this plastic really is for our world and environment.
This poster is from Barker's exhibition ‘Sea of Artifacts’, and is a photo of japanese flowers against a black background.
Size: 50x70 cm / 19.69"W 27.56"H
Printed on 170g FSC-certified paper.