On Friday October 2nd 2015, the PLASTIC DREAMS art show held place at the Blue Tower Gallery in West End Atlanta. The event showcased the plastic artifacts of Martina Miraballes and Mitch Cherry. The exhibition is based on creating awareness about the plastic pollution on earth through a unique medium : art. Martina and Mitch expose their creativity and innovating art pieces as a way to start a conversation through curiosity of the piece itself, leading to the source of the problem: the poor health of our planet and ocean due to the abusive overdose of plastic. To learn more about their ideas check out their artist manifesto.

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Our friend and fellow artist Tim Odonell, who believes in our cause has edited a series of videos to communicate our message in different ways. Check out his latest videos on Plastic Dreams.

OCEAN = Ocean Conservation Engagement Awareness Necklace

This is a project based on Mitch’s frequent travels to Costa Rica. As a response to the abusive pollution of the coasts of the world he is creating a challenge for the world to reduce the amount of plastic in our beaches.

By accepting this challenge, people start to become curious about what the OCEAN necklace represents, this engages people in conversation about plastic pollution, creating and spreading awareness through out society.

Remember, awareness is the first step towards the solution.