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You Eat What You've Done / Poster

You Eat What You've Done
You Eat What You've Done

You Eat What You Have Done

You eat what you have done to the ocean.People always thought the ocean had the ability to recover on its own no matter how people destroy it. However, our ocean is losing the ability of recovery because the speed of recovery can't catch up with the speed of destruction. We have overfished so there are only nets left on the diner table. We have created too much garbage to the ocean so there are only plastic bags left on the plate.
The Spaghetti and Sushi represents Western and Eastern food, which also indicates that ocean trash pollution is world wide. Every culture should take responsibility for our ocean.

University

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Taipei City, Taiwan

Design

Yi-Jung Wu

Yi-Jung Wu
Taipei City, Taiwan