Tag Archives: sea plastic

Colour and disorder

I remember once learning about the law of entropy. It states that ‘all things tend towards disorder’, whether on an atomic level or a macro scale. This natural tendency towards disorder can be a massive pain (Has anyone seen my keys?) but it is always, I think, interesting. I’ve watched entropy act upon this pile […]

Pastels colour wheel

Good morning from Tuesday. Here’s the desaturated plastics pic I promised you. It’s a blend of pieces from Devon, Cornwall and London, and quite a few from France. Hope you enjoy the colours. Have a great day. Martha, The Colour File x 

Ocean and river plastic collage

Recently, I’ve been creating a series of Thames plastic collages, set against different coloured backgrounds. In a slightly obsessional curatorly fashion, I’ve enjoyed keeping the Thames batch separate from my other plastic litter hauls to give them a chance to sing on their own. There’s been a sense of self-containedness that I’ve loved from working […]