Luzinterruptus, the guerilla art group responsible made this giant, 32×49 foot glowing sculupture that floats on water in Cascais Bay, Portugal. Their intention was to replicate, at a smaller scale, the so-called “eighth continent” made of plastic and garbage which is alarmingly taking over great areas of the Pacific. Governments do nothing regarding the situation because they probably are incapable of solving this problem. Huge mass of about 4 million tons of plastic shapes about 22 km or irregular surface which goes 30 meters under water. The worst thing about it that it’s destroying most of the marine wildlife in the area. Artists hopes that installation will draw attention to the problem of growing ocean pollution.
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More info – luzinterruptus.com