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There are teeth marks on everything he loves. — Yusef Komunyakaa, opening lines to “The Thorn Merchant,” Neon Vernacular: New and Selected Poems

Visual Metaphor about pollution and their effects on fish.

This image is a visual metaphor for water pollution. It specifically depicts water pollution with many examples: The fish are in the forms .

Activists protesting against oil spills, oil drilling and climate change can make a bold statement by using their bodies as a canvas, covered in fake oil, to remind people just how dirty crude oil really is. These were protests against Cairn Energy drilling in the Gulf of Valencia, BP funding of Tate Museum, and Canadian tar sands oil in Europe.

Activists protesting against oil spills, oil drilling and climate change can make a bold statement by using their bodies as a canvas, covered in fake oil, to remind people just how dirty crude oil really is.

Pollution de la mer

Coastal Clean-up Day (Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Poster designs features surreal images of California coastal wildlife and the trash which plagues them.

After the 2010 BP oil spill, photographer Jane Fulton photographed people covered in fake oil to highlight the dangers of oil spills and dirty energy. "I am acutely aware of the disastrous toll the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has taken on all forms of life . . . We are all responsible for leading lives that create demand for unsustainable energy. We are also all responsible for the solution and we must work together to protect the balance of life."

After the 2010 BP oil spill, photographer Jane Fulton photographed people covered in fake oil to highlight the dangers of oil spills and dirty energy.