Amira Afiqa
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magic tree game design

magic tree game design

Our Ocean Isn’t a Garbage Can (Infographic)

Our Ocean Isn’t a Garbage Can (Infographic)

Ocean garbage. OCEAN FORCE bracelets support Project Aware, focussing on marine litter, shark and manta ray conservation.

Ocean garbage. OCEAN FORCE bracelets support Project Aware, focussing on marine litter, shark and manta ray conservation.

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Bibliospot2.png

#Infographic #Behance... - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

#Infographic #Behance... - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

island illustration

island illustration

Washed Up: Alejandro Duran’s Site-Specific Found Plastic and Trash Installations I like this photo as it shows the rubbish at the beach and all the rubbish is blue. This is major inspiration for for my final piece as I want to take pictures of the natural rubbish at the beach. I think they created this by collecting all blue rubbish and placed it there.

Washed Up: Alejandro Duran’s Site-Specific Found Plastic and Trash Installations I like this photo as it shows the rubbish at the beach and all the rubbish is blue. This is major inspiration for for my final piece as I want to take pictures of the natural rubbish at the beach. I think they created this by collecting all blue rubbish and placed it there.

Please share this to help spread awareness about ocean acidification. #Save the #ocean. #SOS. Increasing levels of carbon dioxide and decreasing of pH level of seawater is killing all these beautiful organisms.

Please share this to help spread awareness about ocean acidification. #Save the #ocean. #SOS. Increasing levels of carbon dioxide and decreasing of pH level of seawater is killing all these beautiful organisms.

The rotating current of the North Pacific Gyre contains in its ocean vortex a cloud of plastic debris constantly moving below the surface, a marine hazard nicknamed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch....

The rotating current of the North Pacific Gyre contains in its ocean vortex a cloud of plastic debris constantly moving below the surface, a marine hazard nicknamed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch....

Sound  visualizations, 3ders.org.

Sound visualizations, 3ders.org.