Humans replace endangered species with more advanced ones—the plastic-made species will rule the underwater world soon.

Modern Ghost.Floating above coral, the ghost haunts the aquatic cosmos. Born of waste, this spectral figure drifts through the sea, a chilling reminder of our negligent dance with disposability.
Modern Rabbit. The modern rabbit - the familiar becomes uncanny. A creature of innocence, now reborn of our negligence, leaps through the liquid cosmos – an eerie dance of survival in our plastic-infested seas.
Modern Bird. The bird, a plastic creature darts above a coral landscape, its petite wings defying its cumbersome body. A subtle yet poignant commentary on our world – a small flutter can have weighty consequences in our delicate underwater cosmos.
Modern Jellyfish. The convergence of the natural and artificial births a disquieting spectacle. This haunting apparition, pulsating in the fathomless depths, illuminates the stark transformation of our seas into a final resting place for our civilization's forgotten, disposable relics
Spotted: an underwater horse! An elegant net-build horse joins to enrich the underwater family.
Modern Influencer. A new era for the seas - new rulers come into play.
Modern Fly. The Fly alights on the precipice of our disregard, a testament to survival in an altered ecology. As a symbol of persistence, it asks us to reflect on the relentless impact of our daily discard.
Repentance. The angel laments our lost stewardship, a silent plea echoing through the depths. Its sorrowful vigil serves as a stark testament to our missed chances and the urgent cry to right our course.


With this series you dive into an eerie and mysterious underwater universe where small particles and plankton play the role of stars, and plastic species are brought to life by our unrequited attitude towards nature.

You see a modern Ghost, modern Rabbit, modern Fly, modern Influencer, modern Jellyfish, and an angel, which will repent for not managing to guide us to save this world after the end of our time.

This series is a reminder of the climate emergency and the harm that plastic waste is causing to our oceans and the planet as a whole. The swimming or hanging plastic has been captured on scuba dives in Egypt and the Maldives..


Interested in Fine Art Prints?

The fine art prints from this series are available for purchase online.

Available sizes (open edition):

  • 30 x 40 cm
  • 45 x 60 cm
  • 60 x 80 cm
  • 75 x 100 cm
  • 90 x 120 cm

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