As I walk through the streets or meander down the beach, my eyes wander from side to side looking for little treasures. Things that are beautiful in my eyes, but that some may find strange. Through a shifting lens, looking at objects from a different perspective, a new way of seeing the world is formed.

There isn’t just beauty there is also the waste from apathy. The waste that has created Anthropocene – the present epoch, in which human activity has been the dominant influence on the climate and environment¹.

Below is a small collection of the things that I have found. If you are enamoured by anything here and would like a print of it, let me know which one you’d treasure.

Each print that is purchased enables me to spend more time discovering treasures. So far I’ve been able to spend 9 hours at the beach collecting waste.


“What does a scanner see? he asked himself. I mean, really see? Into the head? Down into the heart? … see into me – into us – clearly or darkly?”

Philip K. Dick, A Scanner Darkly