Overconsumption is Killing Us (2018-Present)

Overconsumption is Killing Us is a street installation series painted on last chance food and junk advertisements I get weekly in the mail as a commentary on overconsumption and how it correlates with climate change and the destruction of habitats for endangered species in fragile ecosystems, often out of site and mind of humans. 

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Berlin, Germany I chose animals of Africa’s Serengeti in honor of German Conservationists Bernard and Michael Grzimek who’s work documenting the wildlife of the Serengeti in the 1958 film “ The Serengeti Shall Not Die” inspired a huge movement to create the national park, halting further poaching and destruction from Humans.