Sea Change: A Decade of ARTivism for Oceans
Compiled by PangeaSeed Foundation, Sea Change: A Decade of ARTivism for Oceans is a limited edition retrospective art book celebrating ten years of ARTivism for oceans.
Based on our programs, Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans and Printed Oceans, the book features over 100 artists spanning from murals and original artworks to underwater photography captured by founder Tré Packard while in the field for projects around the world.
The book highlights six key marine environmental issues, brought to life on 100+ full-color pages.
Each book features a unique ocean-inspired slipcase and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Preface by Shepard Fairey.
About this Book
The ocean is the life support system of our blue planet. Supplying every second breath we take and regulating climate, no matter how far from shore you live, we depend on the oceans for the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat.
We are all connected to the ocean, and its state directly impacts our lives and those of future generations. Simply put, without a healthy ocean, life on land is impossible.
To celebrate our ten-year anniversary, a significant milestone for our nonprofit organization, we have compiled this visual retrospective, Sea Change: A Decade of ARTivism for Oceans – Volume One, to share with the world some of the extensive efforts made possible with the support of a global community of concerned creatives.
At PangeaSeed Foundation, we believe a drop of paint can create an ocean of change.
We invite you to dive in, explore, and discover this incredibly unique, globe-spanning collection of purpose-driven artworks we have carefully curated over the past decade, designed to give our oceans a desperately needed creative voice.
This is ARTivism in action.
- Title: Sea Change: A Decade of ARTivism for Oceans
- Format: Hardcover book, incl. slipcase
- Pages: 130
- Size: A3 (297mm x 420mm | 11-3/4 in x 16-1/2 in)
- Edition Size: 2000
- Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
- ISBN: 978-0-578-36180-2
- Publication Date: April 11, 2022