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Pollution Awareness Campaigns Through Art

Along similar lines of our EPA Photo Contest article, we’ve compiled a list of beautiful photographs, paintings, etc that depict a strong (and sometimes subtle) stance against pollution.

 

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Image source: www.theatlantic.com

An artist depicts rising levels of smog encompassing the land.

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Image source: www.vsatwork.blogspot.com

The visuals presented by this picture are pretty straightforward. We’re heading towards a future in which our children inherit a broken world.

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Image source: www.theatlantic.com

This is a picture of ash waste dumped in water ways. It’s beautiful and terrifying at the same time.

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Image source: www.huffingtonpost.com

This is a smartly shot photograph of a small child “putting the lid” on a nuclear reactor. Clever girl.

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Image source: www.tahleeya.com

Looking under the water, you’ll find all sorts of items that proper disposal should have taken care of. This is why recycling and reusability are so important.

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Image source: www.nytimes.com

The land around the olympics arena in Beijing before they cleaned it up for appearances. They’ve since returned to their polluting ways.

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www.ibelieveinadv.com

A powerful ad against development, pollution, and waste.

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Image source: www.greenupgrader.com

This picture uses an assortment of broken items found lying around in public places to create a beautiful portrait.

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Image source: www.adsoftheworld.com

If aliens exist, they’d no doubt be chuckling and shaking their heads at our destructive practices.

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Image source: www.bioephemera.com

Death is hardly something to be looked upon as beautiful. Yet, this graffiti artist’s morbid art is certainly a powerful image to behold.

Feel inspired yet? If so, check out the link at the top to see how you can contribute to an important anti-pollution photo contest.

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