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Ocean design

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Wave Icons Set. Water Symbol or Logo design. Ocean, Sea, Beach.Flat design. Contour line. Realistic images.

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Set of ocean wave icon vector. Modern and traditional sea wave style for logo, surf sports, tattoo.

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This public awareness campaign was created as a hypothetical design for the organisation Take3 and Surf Life Saving. The posters are designed to be displayed in pairs. The poster as you enter the beach reads “Where does your plastic go?”, and depicts t…

This public awareness campaign was created as a hypothetical design for the organisation Take3 and Surf Life Saving. The posters are designed to be displayed in pairs. The poster as you enter the beach reads “Where does your plastic go?”, and depicts t…

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Wang & Söderström on their watery identity and exhibition design for Ocean Plastics | It's Nice That

If you were inclined, you could spend all day shouting ever more overwhelming plastic stats at passersby. For instance every day eight million pieces of plastic wash into the ocean, meaning that there are something like 5.25 trillion pieces floating in the sea, with a weight as heavy as about 20 Eiffel towers. Close to 700 species of marine life are facing extinction due to the increase in plastic pollution; while nearly half of all plastic ever made has been produced since 2000.