Wrapped

Kelvin Mui

“It’s just one plastic bag” said 5 billion people.

In 2020, the number of plastics in the sea will be higher than the number of fish. The first image were created to show how our plastic pollution is suffocating our animals and waters. Second image shows how we can stop it, one bag at a time. *No animals were harmed in the creation of these images.

Art Direction

Kelvin
Mui

Retouching

Kelvin
Mui

Photography

Stuart
McAndrew

Concept
Turtle trapped and suffocating
in a sea of plastic bags.

You can stop this by simply reusing enviro bags.
The more we reuse, the less plastic bags goes into our animals and waters.

Method

Plastic bags and stunning underwater photography were done by Stuart McAndrew at his local beach. Hundreds of images were then filtered down to 19 images, which were composited together by me.
Turtles and various body parts were obtained via stock image libraries.

Kelvin Mui’s digital art combines photography and digital composite techniques to explore environmental impact we have on our animals and our environment. Also loves snowboarding and travelling.

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Kelvin Mui Digital Artist | Retoucher | UX & Web Designer
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Growing up on the sunny Central Coast of New South Wales had a great influence on my photography. With a love of the ocean from a young age, it was only natural that I was drawn to surf and landscape photography.

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Selection of websites, articles that inspired us.

Plastic in the Ocean Statistics 2020
Australia, it’s time to end single-use plastic!
Why are we still using plastic bags?
Ban The Bag

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