Lighting up the waters in front of the Kampa Museum in Prague, the Cracking Art Group Penguin installation draws the attention of the public to the plight of these arctic critters.
Known for its colorful animal sculpture installations, the Cracking Art Group is now making a statement that glows in the dark with these illuminated birds standing in a row, as if marching in protest. These sculptures are made out of plastic water bottles found clogging landfill sights, in an effort to minimize the environmental fingerprint of this eco-friendly project. As the bright yellow light from the penguins reflects off the water, people are reminded that their earth-polluting habits are affecting the lives of animals all over this planet.
The Cracking Art Group Penguin installation is a visual reminder to be more environmentally conscious.
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