Tuesday, May 19, 2015

A Closer Look at PangeaSeed's Street Art Murals in Mexico & North America

In 2009, PangeaSeed was founded in Tokyo with the goal of being Japan’s first and only shark conservation non-profit organization. Today, we will be focusing on of PangeaSeed's street art branch which is curated by Tre Packard.

In 2009, PangeaSeed was founded in Tokyo with the goal of being Japan’s first and only shark conservation non-profit organization.
Today, we will be focusing on of PangeaSeed's street art branch which is curated by Tre Packard.

The good lads from PangeaSeed believe that a picture is worth more than a thousand words and have since a while started to team up with several high profile artists to give the oceans the voice they so desperately need.
The non-profit organization is dedicated to raising public awareness and education surrounding the conservation and preservation of sharks and other marine species in peril.

For its past editions, PangeaSeed brought together an brilliant line-up of high-profile artists which brought to life some of the Shark themed murals in Mexico, San Diego, Miami and Hawaii.
Nychos (pictured above), Tristan Eaton, Curiot, NoSego, Fintan Magee, Shark Toof, Smithe or Phlegm are just a few of those that raised their voice to protect our oceans.

For our second consecutive year of covering PangeaSeed Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans for you, StreetArtNews will actually be in Mexico to bring you live updates and extra informations on this year's edition which is going to be by far the biggest and most important to date.
Continue reading to peep some of the murals created last year and check back with us in July to follow our live coverage of PangeaSeed Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans '15 which will be taking place on the beautiful island of Cozumel in Mexico.

Aaron Glasson x Yoh Nagao
Exisit
Fintan Magee
Meggs
Phlegm
Tatiana Suarez
Curiot
NoSego
NoSego
Shark Toof
Smithe

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