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Celeste Byers + Aaron Glasson – Sea Walls Festival – San Diego, California – USA

Celeste Byers (USA) + Aaron Glasson (New Zealand) just finished an amazing collaboration for Sea Walls Festival organized by Pangea Seed Foundation in San Diego, California – USA. Their mural focuses on marine mammal captivity. We are very excited because YESTERDAY the governor of California signed legislation to ban orca …

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BordaloII – Unexpected Festival – Forth Smith, Arkansas – USA

BordaloII (Portugal) just finished his most recent installation for the Unexpected Festival curated by Charlotte Dutoit from Justkids in Forth Smith, Arkansas – USA The Portuguese artist went to the junk yard like a mad pirate searching for his gold. With everybody’s excess he created two impressive animal sculptures. A red fox …

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Lauren YS – Sea Walls Festival – San Diego, California – USA

Lauren YS -(USA) just finished her most recent mural for Sea Walls Festival organized by Pangea Seed Foundation in San Diego, California – USA Her mural titled “CO2 Kills Mermaids” focuses on ocean acidification. The world’s newly CO2 rich atmosphere is in contact with the surface of the ocean, killing …

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Persue – Sea Walls Festival – San Diego, California – USA

Persue (USA) just finished his most recent mural for Sea Walls Festival organized by  Pangea Seed Foundation in San Diego, California – USA ‘Hold on to your butts!’ is the title of Persue’s mural, which raise awareness in regards to plastics and non biodegradable trash such as cigarette butts and …

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Cinzah – Sea Walls Festival – San Diego, California – USA

Cinzah (New Zealand) just finished his most recent mural for Sea Wall Festival organized by Pangea Seed Foundation in San Diego, California. This mural addresses the impact of the global shark finning trade on shark populations. An estimated 100,000,000 sharks are killed for their fins every year. Over the past …

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