At the intersection of of art and ocean conservation one name stands out - Angela Pozzi.
This unique piece is taken from plastic left overs, things that washed up onshore, transforming man made garbage into art forms that educate and inspire future generations to change.
Her garbage fish has received rave reviews internationally and she is hoping that artists will imitate her unique vision around the planet.
Not a bad idea and not just limited to second hand oceanic garbage.
Imagine a full scale white shark model made from sharks fin. The dollar value of that single piece of art would have quite an impact and for the public a profound visual understanding of sheer waste that is the shark fin trade.
Kudos to Angela for her two ton masterpiece of garbage art.