Here's a wall I spotted practically right behind my neighborhood. I know, it's more of a mural than graffiti but I thought I'd share it nonetheless. Filipino artist A.G. Saño created this mural as part of his quest to paint 23,000 dolphins to help raise more awareness about the plight of these sea creatures and to protest the keeping of dolphins in captivity. Members of the public, mostly students, also got the chance to collaborate on this mural. Speaking to students in a gathering, A.G. Saño said "When we paint these dolphins, we take action to let others know about the issue and to pressure the authorities and concerned parties put a stop to this brutal killing of wildlife. I may be one person, you may be young, but we have a voice to influence others one at a time by campaigning for an advocacy. And this is a story you can tell your child or grandchild, that once in your life, you took a stand to save another life on earth.”
An artist and wildlife photographer, Saño has been studying the migration of humpback whales in the Babuyan Islands for the past 10 years.