Photographer Kim Preston wanted to draw attention to this growing problem [plastic pollution in the ocean], so she shot a series of photographs titled Plastic Pacific that features everyday household plastic objects made to look like the sea life they’re choking to death.
A journal of all things plastic and and all things plasticarmy. Here we study the history of plastics as science, culture, and metaphor. New accomplishments of modern plasticity are saluted, and new outposts in the plasticarmy empire are recognized. In sum: Friends will be enlisted, comrades will be rewarded for valor, attackers will be driven off, and what is not used will be recycled.