Dirty Watercolor – Creating paintings with the water of polluted rivers

With the Dirty Watercolor project, some artists have used the water from polluted rivers to create beautiful watercolors, painting scenes of innocent children playing in the water. After extracting and decontaminating the polluted sludge from different rivers of Manila in the Philippines, the pigments obtained were used to paint watercolors, bringing a disturbing dimension to these artworks. A nice way to show that the pollution is not always visible. The Dirty Watercolor project was created by TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno agency for the ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya foundation, which seeks to clean up rivers and to raise awareness about the problem of water pollution.

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