Artwork Visible from Space, 350 Earth Art

350 Earth is in full swing and images of art installations are being published daily. The collection so far is amazing and each piece includes assistance from local participants.

This November 20-28, 350 EARTH will launch the world’s first ever global climate art project. In over a dozen places across the globe, citizens and artists will create massive public art installations to show how climate change is already impacting our world as well as offer visions of how we can solve the crisis. Each art installation will be large enough to be seen from space and documented by satellites generously provided by DigitalGlobe.

This is a pretty exciting project and I can’t wait to see the other pieces. Below are few of my favorites so far, but checkout for more work and ways to participate.


3,000 Ryan International School (Rohini) children joined aerial artist Daniel Dancer in New Delhi to form the image of an elephant to remind their leaders that they can’t afford to ignore climate change

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3,500 schoolchildren and members of the community came together in Mexico City's Venustiano Carranza plaza to form a "human hurricane"

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Citizens from the Delta del Ebro area in Catalunya, Spain joined renowned urban-artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada to form a giant representation of the face of a young girl who wishes to see the Delta survive the threat of climate change

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