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Artist Sean Yoro Paints Murals on Icebergs to Warn Against Climate Change

 - Nov 16, 2015
References: thisisnthappiness & mymodernmet
Artist Sean Yoro, who is also known as 'Hula,' created a series of murals using icebergs as his canvas. This incredible series is not without a purpose, Hula hopes that these murals will raise awareness of the global crisis known as climate change.

These murals feature human faces and other body parts that appear to be submerged within the frigid waters below the icebergs. The imagery creatively sends a message about the altering weather and climate on Earth that is being dramatically changed by society's lack of knowledge about the issue.

Artist Sean Yoro uses oil paint to cover sheets of acrylic before mounting them onto the icy canvases. Hula hopes that these bobbing images will allow viewers to see what is right in front of them, and to address ways to combat climate change.