Chris Jordan : The Message from Gyre

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A few months ago we introduced you to the fascinating work of photographer and environmentalist Chris Jordan. Here his newest project entitled, “The Message fro......

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WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK?

  • http://lalablahblah.com Lalablahblah

    i dont really know how this qualifies as high art i mean its more like a gutteral scream of a call to action to stop using disposable plastics. If you categorize this as art, i think it does everyone an injustice because it sweeps aside the issue. dead birds with our plastic trash in them shouldn’t be seen as art. If you want to help this cause, you can donate or volunteer wit the Algalita foundation. One of the 3 organizations researching the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

    http://www.algalita.org/research.html

  • http://www.bomblogic.com/advertise website visitor

    I don’t know if I’m doing the right thing or not but the dead bird seems kind of beautiful to me, all the colours in the photo is eye appealing, and the previous comment is also correct upto some extent that calling this an art could do injustice to the main issue and the birds definitely need some help!!

  • SteveI

    “‘God save thee, ancient Mariner!
    From the fiends, that plague thee thus! —
    Why look’st thou so?’ — With my cross-bow
    I shot the ALBATROSS.”

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