Wings of Paradise

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Protect the Rain Forest from palm oil industry.

Wings of Paradise-Thailand


Wings of Paradise

“The wild animals who call the forests home, their voices have now reached the concrete jungle that we created.”

- MUEBON - 

MUEBON, one of Asia’s leading street artists, is collaborating with Greenpeace to demand a halt to forests being destroyed for dirty palm oil, to save some of South East Asia's most precious rainforest habitats.The forests of Papua New Guinea, home to many species of colourful and distinctive birds of paradise, are among those under threat from the the giant producers who supply companies like Nestle, Unilever and Mondelēz.

Wings of Paradise-Thailand

In his artwork entitled “Wings of Paradise”, MUEBON hopes to give these magnificent creatures a voice. His birds of paradise have flocked to the concrete jungle of Bangkok to sound the alarm and call on those who live in the city to help.

The “Wings of Paradise” will only be on display at the Bangkok Art and Cultural Center (BACC) from September 25 to October 14, 2018.

MUEBON is one of Thailand’s best-known street artists whose work can now be seen in cities right across the globe. He uses his artwork to make a statement about the world we live in today - using striking visuals to create a form of political, social or environmental activism.

Wings of Paradise-Thailand

 MUEBON has steadily built a reputation as one of Asia’s most prolific street artists since graduating as a fine art student in 2005.

MUEBON’s style and ability to translate his street work into incredibly detailed and vibrant gallery paintings, sculptures and installations, set him apart from many others in his field, putting him at the cutting edge of his movement.

ABOUT “WINGS OF PARADISE” 

Thai and international artists join hands to protect the forests of Indonesia from the big palm oil producers by illustrating the immense diversity and beauty of these habitats that so many wonderful and unique creatures call home.

After ravaging the forests of Borneo and Sumatra, the palm oil industry has now reached the final frontier, Papua, one of the only place on earth where the many species of Birds of Paradise can be found in the wild.

Palm oil is one of the main ingredients in many of our household products. When we purchase items that

contain these raw materials, we need to be able to trust brands that the palm oil they use is not sourced from the destruction of forests.

This is why artists from across the world have come together to make a united stand for the Wings of Paradise project. They are now calling on all of us to take action as consumers to protect the forests and the amazing animals who live there.

Click here to see how #WingsOfParadise has spread around the world.

We’d love you to share these stories too. Please go and enjoy this artwork yourself, take a picture and post it on your favourite social media using the hashtag #WingsOfParadise.

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