The oceans used to be crystal clear. Only wooden boats might cross, and only on rare occasions, big gliding wood transporting a large number of people. With so little waste thrown into the oceans in the past, mermaids should have had it easy. Whether or not individuals throw them, they will dissolve as expected and cause no harm to anyone.
In any case, today’s oceans are barely livable. In the end, this evolved mermaid enjoys spending time with humans. A sweet, wholesome storey about a mermaid’s everyday routine in modern times, with two young guys attempting to improve the world one plastic pack at a time.
The Little Mermaid was written by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen in 1836, and it has been rewritten on a regular basis since then. The 1989 Disney film is probably the most well-known version of the narrative. Despite the fact that this was 30 years ago, German artist Stephanie Hermes (a.k.a. s0s2) chose to create a modern-day mermaid. Her work, aptly titled The Little Trashmaid, brilliantly reconsiders sea pollution in a way that is as exact as it is depressing.
Take a look at these illustrations that were drawn for a specific purpose as you scroll down. The objective is to raise public awareness about the dangers of water pollution. If it inspires you, share it with others to help the artist spread her message around the world.
Stephanie Hermes, a German artist, used her artistic ability to create what Ariel would look like if her magnificent sea realm was covered in plastic sacks and straws, as well as other waste that we’ve polluted the world’s seas with in recent years.
Of However, even Ariel’s dazzling grin can’t hide the fact that we need to do more to clean up what’s polluting our seas now.
Stephanie has her own Instagram account, where she routinely posts motivational illustrations that raise public awareness. She has an Instagram following of 828K people.