Exhibition explores the impact of marine debris

Exhibition explores the impact of marine debris

Exhibition explores the impact of marine debris
King Of The Sea by Raksit Paperproject Studio.

Art has been used as a medium to reflect on marine debris during "Together For The Earth", which is running on the 4th floor of Central Embassy, Phloenchit Road, until SundayJune 12.

Launched to mark World Environment Day last week, the environmental conservation campaign brings "King Of The Sea" by Raksit Paperproject Studio", a paper sculpture exhibition that presents a narrative of the world's most endangered sea creatures including whales, sea turtles and seals.

On display are 3D paper artworks made from reused and recycled paper by internationally renowned artist Raksit Bunnag, with the aim to educate viewers on environmental issues.

This is also the first time he presents to the public creatures of the deep sea world created by using paper folding techniques in the form of polygon folding. The works include thousands of paper butterflies.

'Bear Money Box' workshop. (Photo: Central Embassy)

For green-hearted shoppers, five eco pop-up shops offer a variety of eco-friendly products such as accessories and various gifts made from natural plant-based materials to spruce up the green area around the home or office.

Green-fingered shoppers, meanwhile, will enjoy a variety of flora including flowers, ornamental plants, fruit trees, and auspicious plants. They are perfect to improve the look of any room and increase clean air.

Those who donate money to the Love Wildlife Foundation at the event are also entitled to join the "Bear Money Box" workshop which teaches how to paint paper piggy banks using acrylic colours.

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