These artistic popsicles are part of a project created by 3 art students at The National Taiwan University of Arts. The tragic beauty behind these popsicles is that they are made from 100 different polluted water sources in Taiwan. 90% of the trash found in the water was plastic, and the unique colors such as purple, I’m assuming, probably came from textile dyes. The truly disheartening part is that this is all preventable, if we lived sustainably. Sustainability encompasses no plastic, zero waste, and using natural dyes. I hope this unique art installation is a wake up call to all!

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