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Reflections: Environmental Art by Martin Hill

Published Dec 31, 2013

Martin Hill is an internationally renowned photographer and environmental artist.

“In 1992 I became so concerned about products causing environmental damage because of their unsustainable design that I turned my focus to understanding and communicating about solutions to these design issues.

By creating and publishing environmental art my message of sustainability by design now reaches millions of people each year.”

– Martin Hill

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