Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise public awareness about pollution. The idea for Earth Day was proposed by Nelson of Wisconsin, after seeing the damage done by a 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California, and was inspired to organize a national “teach-in” that focused on educating the public about the environment.
Another way of raising awareness and educating the public has always been through the power of public art. Street artists have a lot to say on the effects of climate change, animal welfare and people’s disregard for mother nature. So lets celebrate Earth day the only way we know how… Street Art Style, celebrating and creating awareness of mother nature and our fragile Earth.
Pejac simple interventions sees the world literally going down the drain…
Banksy’s clever piece reminds us of global warming and its effects…its real!
Bordalo II wraps up the trash as our gift to Mother Nature.
Pøbel and Atle Østrem paint a polar bear off to buy ice!
Blu show us that all the oil companies are sucking the planet dry for their own greed. The bank of Mother Nature.
Bordalo II and his ‘Big Trash Animal Series’ highlights wastage issues and the effect it has on nature and wildlife. Lets be as wise as Bordalo’s Trash Owl.
Blu shows Evolution by showing us that if we don’t change our ways there will be a dramatic ending…
Isaac Cordal ‘Waiting for Climate Change’ series utilises his sculptures to show how people are waiting rather than actively changing our future.
Ludo’s ‘Natures Revenge’ series warn us that nature will retaliate.
L7m paints this beautiful bird kept inside. The glass is broken and the bird wants to be free, reminding us that animals have a place of this earth too.
Vegan Flava ‘A million years lost in a moment’ a powerful piece about the destruction of our planet for growth
Blu shows us all that Time is Ticking regarding climate change!
NeverCrew ‘Machine’ series expresses their growing concern for nature and the balance of life.
Natalia Rak reminds us to water and nourish the Earth we live on.