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Anti-pollution Infographic

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Usually getting someone to do a double-take while looking at an infographic is the last thing you want. But, in the case you have no choice. Your initial thought is, “these are some weird fish.” But wait a moment and let your brain catch up to your eye and you will see the fish are really creatively crumpled pieces of garbage found in the Mediterranean sea, or any body of water, for that matter.

This was extremely well-executed and it is easy to see the writer and designer made something special out of garbage for this anti-pollution infographic, a nice green marketing piece. Don’t throw this one back, it is a keeper for sure. Remember to check your carbon footprint so you leave this planet the same way you found it. ;-)
Trash as Fish Infographic


6 Comments on “Anti-pollution Infographic”

  1. 1 marco said at 7:09 am on March 26th, 2010:

    fantastic work

  2. 2 another Marco said at 9:23 am on April 23rd, 2010:

    I have only one question and that would be who should I adress if I wanted to publish this magnificent piece of art?
    Or putting it in other words, who holds the rights?

  3. 3 Graphics said at 1:45 pm on April 23rd, 2010:

    The bottom right has the name of the office that published it. Departament de Medi Ambient I Habitatge. I’m assuming this is the site: http://mediambient.gencat.cat/cat/inici.jsp

  4. 4 Mayor Frank Gifford said at 12:39 pm on May 3rd, 2010:

    @anothermarco, if you decide to publish the graphic, maybe you should give a shoutout to this site as well in the publication.

    This is a very disturbing graphic. Well, efforts are supposedly being made to slowly clean the seas, so that’s somewhat comforting.

  5. 5 sunglasses said at 11:13 am on May 4th, 2010:

    It seems we are leaving quit a legacy behind. I wonder what they’ll think of us when we are gone.

  6. 6 Chris said at 8:56 am on March 29th, 2011:

    Wonderful piece of work. It’s staggering how long some of this junk takes to degrade.