Dion Star’s Marine Debris Typeface

Dion Star’s Marine Debris Typeface is made from sea debris
that has washed up on the shore on Wherrytown Beach, Penzance, Cornwall, England.

 

 

Pacific Ocean gyres

The two ocean-wide gyres in the North Pacific and South Pacific oceans.

 

 

Dion Star’s Marine Debris Typeface is made from sea debris that has washed up on the shore in England. A full set of letters made up of the 2041 pieces of junk

Read in full by Liz Stinson

 

 

Where it comes from is a haunting site of terrifyingly, huge, floating islands of debris, bit by bit dumped in the ocean and held in place by the ocean wide Pacific gyres.

Read on.

 

 

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