In Isla Mujeres, Marine Conservation Through Art
Caribbean Journal
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August 7, 2016



Sea Walls Expeditions: Murals For Oceans - Mexico - Indiegogo Campaign Video (PangeaSeed)

On a small island off the Caribbean coast of Mexico, a group of artists are working to promote marine conservation in a rather special way.

It’s called Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans, and it consists of a series of ocean-themed murals created by internationally-renowned street artists aimed at raising awareness for conservation of local marine ecosystems.

Now in its fourth phase, the project was led by PangeaSeed, a nonprofit organization that works with artists to address pressing environmental issues facing the oceans.

The murals can be found in downtown Isla Mujeres.

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