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16 Times The Invisible Danger of Air Pollution Is Exposed By Bizarre Surreal Arts

In recent years, the danger of air pollution is constantly mentioned on TV, social media, and newspapers. There are public movements from NGOs and volunteers everywhere on earth to combat this issue.

However, there is a large portion of the population to be still unaware due to the fact that air pollution is often invisible. By definition, air pollution is the contamination of the indoor or outdoor environment by any chemical, physical or biological agent that modifies the natural characteristics of the atmosphere. Many of these chemicals are invisible to human eyes such as SO2, NOx, VOCs, and CO. It is estimated that 7 million people die every year due to direct or indirect consequences of air pollution.

To avoid further damage to our planet and quality of life, many artists have been actively raising public awareness through surreal illustrations. Below are 16 pictures that will strike your heart and if you feel concerned after looking at them then these arts serve their purpose very well.

#1 Dark Days

Source: Is Mirek

#2 The broken roof

Source: CristianAC

#3 Got Air?

Source: Nick Gustafson

#4 In Sight of Apocalypse

Source: arcipello

#5 Global Warming

Source: F-AYN-T

#6 Burn

Source: Igor Morski

#7 Exposure from within

Source: Emmanuel Lafont

#8 Survivors

Source: unknown

#9 Liberty Oil

Source: Sassan Filsoof

#10 Polluted promises

Source: Dan Elijah Fajardo

#11 2 faces of our world pt. 1

Source: Acrylicdreams

#12 2 faces of our world pt. 2

Source: Acrylicdreams

#13 Abandoned City

Source: Design-By-Humans

#14 Help us

Source: Alessandro Pautasso

#15 Pollution Palace

Source: equine-whisperer

#16 Forbidden

Source: Gedogfx

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