Since 1999 Richard and Judith Lang have focused their attention on just 1000 yards of tide line where they have collected plastic washing ashore on Kehoe Beach in the Point Reyes National Seashore. Although the news about plastic pollution is dire, they bring the excitement of scouting for treasures and the pleasure of the creative life to an otherwise difficult topic.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Go Green in Hong Kong
We are often asked about the brilliant color of the plastic — this spread from Weekend Weekly, a Hong Kong magazine, answers with this eye-catching layout. To emphasize the variety we arrange the plastic into tonal sequences (hue and shade) as in the series we call Chromas and we place the plastic onto Fiestaware plates (contrast and context) as in the series we call Unaccountable Proclivities.