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Australian street artist Patrick Hunter is using his powerful and confronting beachside artworks to try to pressure large companies to stop using plastic packaging.

The 27 year old from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, who goes by the name Ink Hunter, has created large street artworks around Australia’s beaches, to bring attention to plastic consumption and pollution.

Hunter wants people around Australia to get on board and help spread the Plastic Free Beaches message.

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He is providing access to his artworks on Google drive to allow members of the public to print off copies and paste them up as well.

Full story via 7 News Australia – https://7news.com.au/lifestyle/obscene-how-an-aussie-street-artist-is-holding-big-business-to-account-over-plastic-use–c-1153866

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'Obscene': How an Aussie street artist is holding big business to account over plastic use – 7 News Australian street artist Patrick Hunter is using his powerful and confronting beachside artworks to try to pressure large companies to stop using plastic packaging. Special thanks to all who have helped launch this initiative, including but not limited to – @olliebrewin, @thecrazeco, @el.devine, @matt.lambley, @thedroneman, @mlon, @profetsone, @bezier__, @ballinonabudgetmedia, @crispstreetart @plakkit_ & @oohmedia The 27 year old from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, who goes by the name Ink Hunter, has created large street artworks around Australia’s beaches, to bring attention to plastic consumption and pollution. Hunter’s project, Plastic Free Beaches – a community-based program driven on social media – coincides with Plastic Free July, currently underway. However, where movements like Plastic Free July focus on individuals’ use of plastic, Plastic Free Beaches is aimed at stopping the abundance of plastic at the source – large food and drink companies. In today’s society, it is extremely hard not to use plastic in everyday life and can often feel as though you are fighting a losing battle, Hunter says. Full story via 7NEWS Australia

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