Sean Yoro is a talented street artist that's celebrated for his water murals that depict feminine subjects interacting with their environment in a creative way.
The artist, who alternatively goes by the name 'Hula,' has expanded his works across more bodies of water as a means to give previously unremarkable spaces more character.
The new water murals follow a former project that depicted the damages of climate change, which showed human limbs and faces sinking on the sides of icy glaciers. More recent pieces react to changes in water level similarly to those commenting on climate change however, with one example including a woman painted on an abandoned ship who is shown drowning depending on the height of the tide.
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