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The brainchild of Oslo-based artist Pippip Ferner, Plastozilla was produced by Kulturetaten, the Agency for Cultural Affairs at Oslo Municipality, as part of the la perla amsterdam Bilfritt byliv project.
Environmental issues have always been close to the heart of Ferner, who is an active member of the Guerrilla Plastic Movement - an organisation fighting for a plastic-free ocean by using visual, verbal and artistic means.
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