These Jaw-Dropping Sea Wall Murals Aim To Save Oceans

“Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans” by the Hawaiian-based non-profit organization PangeaSeed is the project we all need to learn from. This amazing organization is aiming to save oceans by raising awareness through art. The gorgeous sea wall murals are painted by amazing artists around the globe, who are all willing to help the cause in the best way they can. The good thing is that each one of us can get educated on the things we can do by visiting their official website.

“The beauty of public art lies in the fact that it is a public good where even ‘non-artsy’ folks can be touched and empowered by experiencing the process or the finished product. In addition to encouraging other artists to create for a purpose, our chief goal is to effect positive behavioral change at the individual and community level, so we’re thrilled when fans who aren’t artistically inclined are moved.”- PangeaSeed founder Tré Packard told Colossal.

Check out the fabulous walls below and get inspired to save oceans!

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"My Freedom Becomes Your Freedom" by supporting ARTivist @dolphina.lovestofly (Mexico) for @pangeaseed Foundation's latest edition of our international public art program, @seawalls_ Artists for Oceans in partnership with @proyectopanorama. . Location: Cozumel, Mexico | 20.4230° N, 86.9223° W . Swipe 👈🏽 to view process and detail photos. . Mural theme: Dolphin captivity . Artist statement: “My mural aims to address the subject of freedom, a right we all have as living beings. Marine mammal captivity interrupts the natural cycle and goes against what their free instincts require. We, as humans, have the power to return them to their natural habitat to let them reclaim their freedom they are entitled to simply because they are part of the earth and not a touristic object. . Dolphinaria profit at the cost of the freedom of these beautiful creatures. In some countries around the world, they are banned but much remains to be done to give these animals a voice, including in Mexico. Here, we have 31 SEMARNAT-registered dolphinaria in the states of Quintana Roo, Veracruz, Baja California Sur, Nayarit, and swimming with captive dolphins continues to be on the to-do lists of national and international tourists.” . PC: @abovebelowphoto . Gracias to @mexicobienhecho for sponsoring all of our acrylic paint and materials for Sea Walls Cozumel. . #pangeaseed #seawalls #cozumel #seawallscozumel #protectwhatyoulove #ARTivism #paintforapurpose #proyectopanorama

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