OCADU - Thesis
The Everyday illustrates the repercussions of human activity and its impacts on the environment. It visualizes the destruction of the natural world synthesized with everyday objects to amplify the neglect and carelessness we have on our planet.
Trees are the homes of much of the world’s biodiversity, but are being replaced by housing.
The razor acts as a thresher to clear-cut forests, resulting in desertification, habitat loss, and decreasing wood.
Natural resources are being spent faster than they are replenished, and will eventually cease to exist.
Garbage is being shipped between countries for cheaper disposal due to the unmanageable surge of human waste.
A closed ecosystem is being heated to show the increasing temperatures of the world.
Similar to damages of nicotine in our lungs, gases from industries are damaging the Earth’s atmosphere.
Oil is deliberately being poured inside a fish bowl, damaging and contaminating the ecosystem within.
Melting polar ice caps are contributing to freshwater depletion and the rise of global sea levels.
Endangered animals are collected and poached for their parts to be consumed and used for medical practices.
Cosmetics and other consumer products are being tested on animals causing bodily harm, irreversible damages, and death.
Pencil Sharpener as Urbanization
Razor as Deforestation
Consumerism as Resource Depletion
Suitcases as Landfills
Stove And Kettle As Global Warming
Cigarettes As Air Pollutants
Oil Spills As Fish Food
Glacier As Water Pitcher
Pills As Animals
Animals As Makeup