Underwater Eco Sculpture by Jason deCairesTaylor
Eco-sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor constructs eerie underwater sculptural installations that provide a place for marine species of fish, plants and coral to live. He uses materials that are environmentally friendly and that aid the growth of marine life under the sea. The artist is responsible for founding and creating the world’s first underwater sculpture park located off the coast of Genada, which is called Museo Subacuatico de Arte. MUSA features a collection of more than 500 of Jason deCaires Taylor’s sculptures. Lol, AmaziN’ ArtWork%…h7v®
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“ In order to move on, you must understand why you felt what you did and why you no longer need to feel it. ”
Mitch Albom, Five People You Meet In Heaven (via davidlynchshair)
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“To struggle is an awareness and a consciousness. It’s better to live and fight for a noble cause then to live and die a slave.
When we look at ourselves in the context of the 60’s, we see one of the major shortcomings was that we were emulating the people that we were fighting against. Our morals and our ethics were the morals and ethics of the people we were fighting against.
How do you bring about a consciousness and awareness amongst humanity that makes them strive for the best. And again, it begins with ourselves. If you can’t beat yourself you can’t beat nobody else. Everybody can fight but everybody can’t win. There’s some discipline, there’s a price that is paid to win.
Struggle has not stopped. It didn’t begin in the 50’s and end in the 70’s. Know, there has always been a struggle since the anti-slavery movement, Marcus Garvey movement, the Black Power movement, Civil Rights movement. They come and they go, but the struggle is continuous.”
Gonna reblog this every time it crosses my dash.
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