A Fashionable plea to stop using single-use-plastics, and to clean up our beaches and waterways each day.
Los Angeles based artist Marina DeBris began picking up trash on local beaches, creeks & streets over fourteen years ago. In 2008 she began creating pieces of art which question the use of single use items and the amount of waste we create. Why should we as humans be so dependent on these “conveniences” that pollute and destroy our communal planet? washedup.us Video Produced by Rob Kalmbach / robkalmbach.com
On August 4, 2012 she joins forces with Art 4 All People and Project Save our Surf for a day of action "Hands Across the Sand". Together they combine forces to raise awareness about our dependency on fossil fuels.
Art 4 All People hosted the event which coincided with Hands Across the Sand, a Global movement to promote a clean energy future for our earth and end our dependence on Filthy Fuels. The footage of the event was shot and edited by Rob Kalmbach.
Music is "Ne Me Quitte Pas" courtesy of Regina Spektor
In Order of Appearance:
"Flush Toys" modeled by Tatiana Kalish
"Slave to Plastic" modeled by Susana Kalish
"Cuidado" modeled by Sydney Garcia-Wheeler
"Bag Lady" modeled by Christine Spehar
"Highland Fling" modeled by Thomas Henry Johnson
"White Trash" modeled by Blanka Buic
"The Takeaway Queen" modeled by Alicia Marie Brower
"Chain Smoker" modeled by Esjay George
"Ballona Man (circa 2011)" modeled by Dax Mafesi
"Siren" modeled by Tanna Frederick
"Regifted" modeled by Gail Weissman
"Washed Up Salesmen" modeled by Lawrence Ziese & Holli Dean
Hair by Hannah Clemons
Makeup by Stefani Davis
Also a special thanks to Lici Koch for her sewing skills!
Art 4 All People is a Transformative Arts and Cultural Retreat Center founded by Lisa Rasmussen, M.F.A. and Ceylan Fadiloglu M.A The primary mission of this Art Hub is to be an international sanctuary, fostering creativity, community, imagination, reverence, and expression in this world.
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