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10% of proceeds from sales goes to the Marine Conservation Society.

Re-using Nurdles and other plastics

Nurdles and microplastics cannot be recycled as it is impossible to tell what plastics they once were.  Removing them from the beach and using them to create something new, permanently reduces them from the cycle of pollution.

Ocean plastic jewellery

I realised that the colours of ocean plastics made them a brilliant resource for jewellery making.  The shards and microplastics are too brittle and tiny to do much with, but set into a mould in resin, you can create a whole new life for them.  The jewellery is designed to be statement pieces to start conversations about ocean plastics.

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Ocean plastic artwork

I started to make simple images using the ocean plastic such as hearts and stars.  These were used to create the images in the Nurdle illustrations and my logo.  As I got braver, I realised that the less brittle pieces of plastic could actually be cut and shaped to create ocean artwork that could then be framed and create a new talking point.

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