Heavy Sea – This gigantic sea of tires is unfortunately very real

2016-02-18 // art photography popular

For his latest project entitled Heavy Sea, the Spanish artist Pejac leads us into a gigantic sea of tires. This nightmare landscape is unfortunately very real, revealing millions of tires stretching to the horizon. If the artist does not mention the exact position of this huge tire graveyard, it is likely located in Sulaibiya, Kuwait, or in the Colorado, which are among the largest tire landfills in the world. In this surreal scenery, Pejac created a video and a series of powerful photographs, in which a simple orange lifesaver symbolizes all the plight of humans and nature against the excesses of our modern world. Heavy Sea is a new approach in the work of Pejac, whom we have already often talked about with his street art creations and urban hijackings.

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Images © Pejac / source

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