As the Arctic sea ice retreats, destructive industrial fishing fleets are moving further north than ever before to exploit previously untouched waters, putting a pristine ecosystem at risk. This threatens amazing Arctic creatures, from blue whales to polar bears, from corals to tiny creatures like the mystical sea butterfly. Yet the largely unexplored and vulnerable northern part of the Barents Sea ecosystem is at the mercy of destructive fishing practices, due to the current lack of actions. Fishing brings with it the threats of habitat degradation and bycatch, potentially wiping out marine life and putting this whole fragile ecosystem at risk. Greenpeace calls to bring pressure on the Norwegian government and the fishing companies involved to leave these pristine waters alone.
Make Extremism History. Poster for Tomorrow 2016.
Poster 'Extremism'. Included in Top 100 selected artworks 

​​​​​​​We’re not just talking about religious extremism. We’re talking about the extremes in society, politics, the environment, the distribution of wealth and every issue that we face as a world. We’re talking about the individuals who dominate public debate simply by shouting the loudest and listening the least, who leave little room for debate or any shades of opinion except for right or wrong and me versus you. We’re talking about climate change deniers, people who refuse to let refugees into their country or anyone who discriminates on the basis of gender, nationality, sexual preference or religion. If we want to think about a better future, we need to do so on a global scale. We need to reject the politics of confrontation and make an effort to learn what’s really going on in the world by talking and listening to each other. We have to take action to determine our own futures, as it’s clear that our governments (who are too tied down by commercial or political restrictions) won’t act unless we demand it. Change must come from the bottom-up: from us. This can only happen in a world that is at peace with itself, where people are equals, not divided by labels, nationalities or religion.
Paris, France
Digital Decade IV
Poster 'No pollution'. Runner-up

We live in the age of ecological downshift as a matter of economical and political crisis on the Earth. The only planet we have that we must not take for granted. There is literally No Planet B. Among the other concepts available, I chose "Imagine there's no pollution". Artwork-comparison is about how the world looks nowadays and might look without pollution on our planet.