Artists take a stand against plastic pollution to encourage one and all to reduce their plastic usage this Plastic Free July. Exhibited outdoors on billboards across the UK, The Netherlands, Denmark & New York’s Times Square and online in the Hedera Gallery – a 3D virtual gallery space. Click here to view the virtual exhibition from the 12th July. All the art is also up for auction to raise vital funds for plastic pollution and ocean conservation. Please bid via the virtual exhibition by clicking on the art or via the auction listings directly here. A percentage of proceeds from winning bids will be donated to the non-profit charity partner Oceanic Global. Oceanic Globals work has removed 993,746,227 single-use-plastics from entering the ocean long-term. Every £1 donated from the auction proceeds will help prevent 1KG of plastic entering the ocean.
The virtual exhibition & auction will be open on the 12th July.

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A new virtual space where users can have fun, view art exhibitions, buy art & NFTs, join events. Built using the most sustainable distributed ledger technology on the Hedera Network. All the art featured in the ‘Let’s live with less plastic’ exhibition is available to purchase via an online auction – raising vital funds for ocean conservation. View the exhibition by clicking here from the 8th July. Move around the exhibition by clicking on areas within it and bid on artworks by clicking on them. www.hederagallery.com



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Founded in 2016, Oceanic Global (OG) is an international non-profit that sheds light on humanity’s essential relationship to the ocean and empowers individuals, communities, and industries to create positive change. Oceanic Global creates educational experiences, consults on sustainable operations and engages local communities to generate measurable impact for our collective wellbeing. Oceanic Global is based in Brooklyn, New York with International hubs & volunteer bases in New York, London, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Tulum and Hong Kong. Reflective of its global reach, the organisation has additionally produced United Nations World Oceans Day since 2019. #CareDeeply
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