‘Full Page Editorial' Sand Sculpture by Toshihiko Hosaka Implores Japan to Reduce Plastic
2 years ago - By Colossal
May 30 is Zero Waste Day in Japan (The name is derived from the numeric pun for 5 3 0 , which can be read as gomi zero, or zero waste). On this day, the Tokyo Shimbun newspaper ran a full-page editorial made to look like a front-page headline titled “Plastics Floating in our Seas” and highlighting the devastating impact that plastic is having on sea life. Everything from the article headline to the images and text were actually carved into sand on a beach in Japan and photographed from above.
The actual editorial that was carved into sand is the work of artist Toshihiko Hosaka , who...
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