Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Ocean-Plastic-Sculpture-Unveiled-in-London-27MZIFJJ7UMYQ.htmlConceptually similarOcean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMN4Completed★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMN8Completed★★★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMMOCompleted★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMMSCompleted★★★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMMTCompleted★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMMUCompleted★★★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMMWCompleted★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMMXCompleted★★★★★★★Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonGP0STQMN9Completed★★★★View AllGP0STQMMZOcean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled in LondonSculptor Jason deCaires Taylor's ocean plastic sculpture "Plasticide" is unveiled in London. The artwork has been produced in collaboration with Greenpeace and is installed outside the National Theatre. It seeks to bring home the stark reality of plastic pollution on our oceans and marine life.Locations:England-Europe-London-United KingdomDate:23 Mar, 2017Credit:© David Mirzoeff / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2717px X 4076pxKeywords:Animal likeness-Art installations-Art works-Cities-Day-Human likeness-Illness-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Plastics-Sculptures-SeabirdsShoot:Ocean Plastic Sculpture Unveiled at National Theatre UKArtist Jason deCaires Taylor exhibits his latest artwork outside the National Theatre in London. The piece of work, called "Plasticide" is about the dangers of Ocean Plastics. It features Jason’s signature pH-neutral concrete sculptures and for the first time will integrate carbon-captured materials alongside recovered ocean plastics and an innovative technique never before seen in his work.