14 -19 Feb 2017 | Client: Greenpeace South East Asia | Venue: Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)
heart for the ocean
break free from plastic
“Heart for the Ocean” is an exhibition about severe plastic pollution in the ocean. Thailand is one of the world’s top-five plastic polluters by dumping almost half a million tons of plastic garbage into the ocean annually. This exhibition aims to covey these harsh yet significant facts through art installation, storytelling, fashion show, mini-concert, and interactive activities to urban people to raise awareness and influence the plastic-free lifestyle in the metropolitan area.
Position : Senior Creative
Conceptualised communication ideas for the exhibitions.
Designed interactive activities, construction material and graphics. Organised and rewrote contents in the exhibition.
Designed construction and materials.
Collaborated with production team to make practical construction.
Design Elements ///
In order to visualize the problem more vividly, 90% of the construction materials are made from real plastic waste collected from the sea such as bottles, colour buckets, plastic bags , etc.
The concept of the key visual combines illustration with photo of a real hand, aiming to arouse the audience imagination and emphasise the possibility in protecting the ocean from plastic waste.