Just in time for Earth Day on Friday, April 22nd, art-lovers, ocean-lovers, and collectors alike will be able to purchase Sea Change: A Decade of ARTivism for Oceans, PangeaSeed Foundation's limited edition retrospective art book celebrating ten years of ARTivism for oceans. Based on the nonprofit’s programs, Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans and Printed Oceans, the book features over 100 artists spanning from murals and original artworks to underwater photography captured by founder Tré Packard while in the field for PangeaSeed projects around the world.

To celebrate the milestone decade of work in ocean conservation and awareness, this one-of-a-kind retrospective art book focuses on six key marine environmental issues, including plastic pollution, overfishing and climate change, and will be available in a limited edition of 2000 copies, unifying the art community within the sustainably sourced pages of the book. In an effort to continue the community building and further spread the ocean-saving mission of the organization, PangeaSeed Foundation will be hosting a series of one-day signing and talk-story events at arts venues and educational institutions in key international cities.

From the press release: PangeaSeed has proven time and time again that their relationship with artists is invaluable, fostering a bond over their 10 years of work. Not only does the book itself demonstrate this, their partnership with the legendary Shepard Fairey goes beyond the pages. In addition to writing the foreword, Fairey is also releasing a limited edition art print to benefit PangeaSeed Foundation, further emphasizing this symbiotic relationship. With its release right around Earth Day, the book is incredibly timely, amplifying the existing voices, and reaching new ones along the way to give the ocean a creative voice.

The book will be available for purchase at shop.pangeaseed.org.