Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans

A Drop of Paint Can Create an Ocean of Change ™

A PangeaSeed Foundation Public Art Program

Bringing the Oceans Into the Streets Around The World

Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans is PangeaSeed Foundation’s groundbreaking public art project that brings the oceans into the streets around the world. We collaborate with some of today’s most renowned contemporary artists to create large-scale public murals that address pressing environmental issues the oceans are facing.

Our Goal

To foster emotional connections to and drive positive action for our ocean through

Art

We create environmental, public, educational artworks placed to maximize community engagement and awareness-raising

Engagement

We provide a multidisciplinary platform engaging community members in conversations about ocean issues and stewardship

Empowerment

We are growing a global community of concerned creatives inspired to utilize their talent to advocate for worldly matters

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by Veronica Ochoa

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Hide and Seek

by George Rose

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Letanía

by Secreto Rebollo

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Separación

by Areúz

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Mapache’s Stare

by Sonny

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Todo Es Uno

by Senkoe

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Pérdida de Coral es Pérdida de Cultura

by Jet Martinez

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

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by Bner, Rehos

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

My Freedom Becomes Your Freedom

by Adriana Delfin

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Protect What You Love

by Kelly Spencer

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

When The Future Is Felt

by Ness Lee

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

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by Draya Madú

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Su Vida Es Nuestra Vida

by Alegria Del Prado

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

The Last Bloom

by Gina Kiel

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Como El Cielo Sin Estrellas

by Pogo

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Versus

by Edgar Bacalao

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Salva Esta Catedral

by Beau Stanton

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

The Unsung Hero

by Crackedink

Cozumel, Mexico – May 2019

Kaulana Nā Wai ʻEhā (Famous are the four streams)

by Kamehanaokalā

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

You Are What You Eat

by Crackedink

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Celestial Guidance

by Mary Iverson

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Navigating Our Future

by Techs

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Nāmakaokahaʻi

by Lauren Brevner

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Dafne

by Alyssa Irizarry

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Protect What You Love

by Ben Johnston

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Mauka to Makai

by Wooden Wave

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

A Hui Hou

by Kai Kaulukukui

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Hawaiian Monk Seal

by Jerry Rugg

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Native Protector

by Alex Underwood, Joey Rose

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Prosperity

by Gavin Murai

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Towards Hope

by Getso

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Legacy

by Dulk

Wailuku, USA – February 2019

Untitled

by Case Maclaim

Bali, Indonesia – September 2018

One United Power for Oceans

by 1UP Crew

Bali, Indonesia – September 2018

To Protect and Defend

by Awshit

Bali, Indonesia – September 2018

Crane Keeper

by Aaron Glasson, Jason Botkin

Austin, USA – May 2018

Convenience = Consequence

by Fuzeillear

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

If We Lose Our Reef, We Lose Ourselves

by Claire Foxton

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Marine Garden

by Studio Dennis

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

This Is What I’m Here For

by Georgia Hill

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Inside Out

by Brontë Naylor

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

It’s a Matter of Time

by George Rose, Phibs

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Vanishing

by George Rose

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Enigmatic Emanations

by Vans the Omega

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Evil Bleach

by Daniel Wallwork

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Malabar Grouper With Juvenile Golden Trevally

by Amok Island

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Symbiosis

by Cinzah Merkens

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

The Cycle

by Glen Mackie

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Get to Know

by Crackedink

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

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by Low Bros

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Sea Of Plastic

by Andrea Huelin

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

Of Hope and Warmth Divided

by David Houghton

Cairns, Australia – May 2018

MuttTipi

by Marissa Quinn

Imperial Beach, USA – April 2018

El Baile Del Agua

Querétaro, Mexico – April 2018

Killer Crane

by Chris Konecki

Cozumel, Mexico – April 2018

Embodiments of Yakshini

by Aaron Glasson

Colombo, Sri Lanka – August 2017

Bubble Gum Falls

by Curiot

Cancun, Mexico – July 2017

Translucent Whale Shark

by Nychos

Cancun, Mexico – July 2017

Shark Lovers

by Poket TwentyTwo

Cancun, Mexico – July 2017

Coral Mandala

by Honghikuri

Cancun, Mexico – July 2017

The Longline in Between

by Mateus Bailon

Cancun, Mexico – July 2017

The Final Destination

by Storm Angeconeb

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

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by Li Hill

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Footprint

by Mandy van Leeuwen

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

We Swim in the Same Waters

by Charlie Johnston

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Little Duck Lake

by Jason Botkin

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

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by Crackedink, Kai Kaulukukui

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Hopeful. Waiting.

by Pat Lazo

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Mayday

by Pat Perry

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Power of Nature

by Arlin

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Human Nature

by Askew One

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Know I’m Here

by Georgia Hill

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

On the Brink

by Li Hill

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

PUMP

by Takashi Iwasaki

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

The Last Winter

by Dulk

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Peace + Circumstance

by Kal Barteski

Churchill, Canada – June 2017

Kalevipoeg’s First Flight

by Cinzah Merkens

Estonia – June 2017

Kihnu Naine and the Summer Solstice

by Aaron Glasson

Estonia – June 2017

Recycling Kingdom

by Rustam Qbic

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Untitled

by Sabek

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Aroha Te Moana

by Ren Hardgrave

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Untitled

by Jason Botkin

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Dazed and Confused

by Christie Wright

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Niho Taniwha

by Kai Kaulukukui

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Do for Me What I Do for You

by Georgia Hill

Napier, NZ – March 2017

CetaceCan

by Seth

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Teach a Man to Fish Sustainably

by Erika Pearce

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Tangaroa

by Cryptik

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Reweave the Unraveling World

by Pat Perry

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Untitled

by Berst

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Escape

by Alyssa Irizarry

Napier, NZ – March 2017

The Last Island

by Onur

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Once in a Lifetime

by Kelly Spencer

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Honor and Trust

by FLOX

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Sharkwater

by Freeman White

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Message in a Bottle

by Tread

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Untitled

by Ekundayo

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Untitled

by T Wei

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Pania of the Reef

by James Bullough

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Untitled

by Crackedink

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Helice Crassa

by Jet Martinez

Napier, NZ – March 2017

Ambergris Inc.

by Ruben Ubiera

Gainesville, USA – March 2017

With or Without Us

by Ernesto Maranje

Miami, USA – February 2017

Sink or Swim

by Tatiana Suarez

San Diego, USA – February 2017

Sharkwater

by Jose Mertz

Miami, USA – February 2017

Untitled

by Nicole Salgar

Miami, USA – February 2017

High Tide

by Evoca1

Miami, USA – February 2017

Untitled

by Minoz

Cancun, Mexico – November 2016

Untitled

by Smithe

Cancun, Mexico – November 2016

Game Over

by Spok

Cancun, Mexico – November 2016

100 Million

by Cinzah Merkens

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Just Passing Through

by Chris Konecki

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Untitled

by Jason Botkin

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Freedom/Captivity

by Aaron Glasson, Celeste Byers

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Untitled

by Jet Martinez

San Diego, USA – September 2016

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by Eelco

San Diego, USA – September 2016

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by N3O

San Diego, USA – September 2016

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by Askew One

San Diego, USA – September 2016

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by David Young V

San Diego, USA – September 2016

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by Amandalynn, Carly Ealey

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Untitled

by Dolan Stearns

San Diego, USA – September 2016

CO2 Kills Mermaids

by Lauren YS

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Untitled

by Ian Ross

San Diego, USA – September 2016

TJ River

by Brian Hebets

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Love Your H2O

by Gloria Muriel

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Hold on to Your Butts

by Persue

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Untitled

by Exist1981

San Diego, USA – September 2016

Untitled

by Tysa

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2016

Caracol Rosa

by Danae Brissonnet

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2016

Untitled

by Hilda Palafox

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2016

The Rope

by Case Maclaim

Churchill, Canada – June 2016

Living Water

by Peru 143

Toronto, Canada – June 2016

Good God the Lakes are Lovely!

by Bruno Smoky

Toronto, Canada – June 2016

Native Species

by EGR

Toronto, Canada – June 2016

Untitled

by Caratoes

Toronto, Canada – June 2016

Coral Gardener

by Cinzah Merkens

Grenada – May 2016

Sonic Sea

by Aaron Glasson, Celeste Byers

Encinitas, USA – May 2016

Pania’s Lighthouse

by Aaron Glasson

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Connections to Consumption

by Jonny Alexander

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Looming Overhead

by Carly Ealey

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Pania and Hammerhead

by Lauren YS

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Hook & Line

by Trustme

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Slow Surrender

by Carly Ealey

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Kaitiaki

by Askew One

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Untitled

by Elliot Francis Stewart

Napier, NZ – March 2016

S.O.S.

by Morag Shaw

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Te waha o Tane (Call of Nature)

by Twoone

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Beyond Our Realm

by VEXTA

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Maui’s Dolphins

by Kai Kaulukukui

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Untitled

by Spencer Keeton Cunningham

Napier, NZ – March 2016

He Tangata

by Charles & Janine Williams

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Dangerous Balance

by Carly Ealey

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Untitled

by Mica Still

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Unearth

by Faith47

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Untitled

by Dside

Napier, NZ – March 2016

You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone

by Amandalynn, Dirty Bandits

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Message in a Bottle

by Meggs, Phibs

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Untitled

by Chris Konecki

Napier, NZ – March 2016

What’s a Profit Today is a Debt for Tomorrow

by Techs

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Penguin Paradise

by Celeste Byers

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Untitled

by Crackedink

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Shark Love

by Noelle Anderson

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Plastic The Modern Miracle That Never Breaks Down

by Frank & Mimi

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Untitled

by Cinzah Merkens, Jason Botkin

Napier, NZ – March 2016

Kōkako

by Twoone

Auckland, NZ – March 2016

Floating Cities of the Future

by Lauren YS

Auckland, NZ – March 2016

A World Without Plastic

by VEXTA

Auckland, NZ – March 2016

Radioactive Cascade

by James Bullough, Li Hill

Miami, USA – December 2015

The Long Swim

by Jason Botkin

Miami, USA – December 2015

Untitled

by Phlegm

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Keya Tama

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Protect What You Love

by Jason Botkin

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Coral Conch Shell

by Meggs

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

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by Curiot

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Amandalynn

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by NEWS

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Zio Ziegler

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Born

by Paola Delfín

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

We Are Coral

by Ahmyo, HIMED, Luis Sanchez, Reyben, Sens

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Zoe

by Liz Rashell

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Explora

by Alexis Diaz

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Smithe

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Libertad

by Faith47

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Islands

by Naturel

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Seher One

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Dherzu Uzala

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Shark Fin Soup

by Caratoes, Celeste Byers

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Restore Coral

by Honghikuri

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by CYH Jayson

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Forever Dolphin Love

by Aaron Glasson

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by N3O

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Her Deepness

by Hueman, Jeff Gress

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Jesus Benitez

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Ever

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Plastic Fantastic

by Bicicleta Sem Freio

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

One World One Ocean

by Ian Ross

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Colectivo La Quinta

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

The Spearfishermen

by Fintan Magee

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Untitled

by Kai Kaulukukui

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Seven Seas

by Cryptik

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Eat This

by JAZ

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015

Coexist

by Aaron Glasson

Miami, USA – December 2014

The Price We Pay

by Fintan Magee

San Diego, USA – November 2014

Untitled

by Phlegm

San Diego, USA – November 2014

Untitled

by Zio Ziegler

San Diego, USA – November 2014

Untitled

by Curiot

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2014

Moriría Por Ti

by Tristan Eaton

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2014

Paw Paw y Goong Goong

by Celeste Byers

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2014

Tibuíon Bellena

by Tatiana Suarez

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2014

The Traveler

by Cinzah Merkens

Isla Mujeres, Mexico – July 2014

by Aaron Glasson, Celeste Byers

Ho Chi Minh, VN – May 2013

Untitled

by Tatiana Suarez

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2010

Power Hunger

by The London Police, Tristan Eaton

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2010

Don River Wildflowers

by Kirsten McCrea

Toronto, Canada – June 1016

350+ Murals in 15 Countries

With over 350 murals in 15 countries across the world, Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans unites and engages communities on a global scale, inspiring them to become better ocean stewards.

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