Proud To Introduce This Weeks Plastic Artist: Jude Edmondson!

Plastic Continents first discovered Jude Edmonson on Instagram. Instagram username: @judeedmondsonart Website Page: https://judithedmondsonart.wixsite.com/artist After noticing Jude’s work, Plastic Continents was intrigued in knowing more about her work, and how she got herself involved with up-cycling and recycling plastic. Thankfully, Jude Edmondson agreed to have an interview with Plastic Continents and was kind enough to …

Making Art to spread Awareness

Three Taiwan Students attending The National Taiwan University of Arts, have recently created Polyester resin Popsicles to spread awareness for Taiwan’s pollution they face today. Taken from 100 locations, dirty water samples were taken and have been created into “flavors”, with a flashy packaging meant to contrast the filth found inside. The project was nominated …

Big Plans & Projects

Plastic Continents Long term goal is to begin an Awareness March, that would gather all Ocean Advocates- ranging from Artists, Marine Biologists, to engaged Bystanders; to join together, and help spread awareness through a March in NYC during the month of June 2018- The Proclaimed National Ocean Month! The Dates of the March would be …

Water packaged with biodegradable alternative-Algae!

A group of London-based industrial designers have created an edible water bottle using algae and a technique popularised by El Bulli chef Ferran Adria. The Ooho, created by Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez, Pierre Paslier and Guillaume Couche holds water inside a transparent membrane that can be made in a variety of different sizes. The edible balloon is made using a technique called spherification, …

Switching to Biodegradable Plastics. Why?

I loved this poster so much I decided to dedicate this blog just to it. I found this image on GreenDustries Blog   “What about biodegradable plastics? They’re pretty neat: Microorganisms can convert biodegradable plastics into water, carbon dioxide, and biomass—with no nasty chemical leftovers.  “The public thinks that biodegradability means ‘If I throw it away, it will completely go away,’” …