Plastic Culture

by The Popo

Bali, Indonesia – September 2018


Finding This Mural

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Story Behind This Mural

Artist Statement

Plastic straws are one of many serious problems polluting the ocean. Plastic pollution is a terrifying threat to sea creatures. It chokes and kills ocean animals while damaging the environment for ourselves and future generations.

Don’t we want our grandchildren to be able to enjoy healthy oceans and abundant marine life in the future?

Marine life are the ones who have do suffer most from the unregulated and irresponsible use of plastic by people all over the world. We must be responsible for our choices.

I encourage everyone, and those who experience my mural on Nusa Penida, to reduced their plastic consumption and lead by example. Together, we can help save our oceans and reduce the damage we have already caused.

The Focus

Plastic pollution

Take Action

Reduce your own plastic footprint by

  • Using a reusable water bottle and avoiding drinks bottled in plastic
  • Bringing your own bag, cup, utensils, straw, etc.
  • Shopping in bulk, reducing packaging waste
  • Choosing reusable and compostable goods over less sustainable materials