Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/ARTWORK--Common-Species-of-the-Inner-Hebrides-27MZIFJXSYVLT.htmlConceptually similarARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4IGCompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4IHCompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4IICompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4IJCompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4ILCompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4IMCompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4INCompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4IOCompleted★★★★ARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesGP0STR4IPCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STR4IKARTWORK: Common Species of the Inner HebridesThe artwork 'Common Species of the Inner Hebrides' highlights the single-use of plastic and the fact that plastic objects found on the Islands of the Inner Hebrides are becoming ever more usual sights, even in these remote locations.Locations:Europe-United KingdomDate:17 Aug, 2017Credit:© Mandy Barker / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3508px X 4961pxRestrictions:GREENPEACE USE ONLY. NO THIRD PARTIES, NO RESALE, NO ARCHIVE, FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY, NOT FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING. CREDIT-LINE COMPULSORYKeywords:Art works-KWCI (GPI)-Marine debris-Marine pollution-Oceans (campaign title)-Plastics-RubbishShoot:Plastic Waste Artworks by Mandy BarkerIn the summer of 2017, artist and photographer Mandy Barker joined Greenpeace’s Beluga II Expedition visiting remote islands off the west coast of Scotland. The islands were blighted with plastic pollution. Mandy collected and sorted through the plastic packaging and created three series of fascinating compositions to support the End Ocean Plastics campaign and help deepen our understanding of this issue.