This series of prints is concerned with my observations and my muse on the effects of over consumption on the planet. The eight print, Unboxed - Always... depicts a peculiarly feminine source of pollution and muse - a jellyfish in front of the spiraling abyss motif, followed by a school of tampons - strings flailing in the current a couple of winged sanitary towels - floating like stingray. The warming oceans are increasing jellyfish populations - perhaps one of the few marine creatures to benefit from climatic change? There are reusable, comfortable, more environmentally sound menstrual products, cups, washables. Adverts to make a donation for ‘less fortunate’ women to supply micro-plastic producing disposables on doors of women’s public toilets,will ultimately increase pollutants globally, The affect of micro plastics on marine life, synthetic fibers, bleaches, effecting women's fertility, time to change habits is pressing, if not essential.
Framed 45x45cm approx 5% to DWT
Ref: Unboxed - Always