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52 rusty fishing boats painted to preserve marine biodiversity in the Dominican Republic

by designboom.com 31 Mar 15:48 UTC
52 rusty fishing boats painted to preserve marine biodiversity © boa mistura

The Dominican Republic's northwest most hand reaches out to dip its fingertips in the Masacre river, boarding Haiti. Right there at the border, during the month of February, Spanish public art collective, BOA MISTURA painted fifty-two boats with the help of Caribbean fishermen and their families.

The town's geography is a precarious one. when BOA MISTURA arrived in the extreme northwest of the Dominican Republic they unavoidably found themselves in Monte Cristi, the province along the coast, but their journey mostly took place just a touch even farther west in a village called Pepillo Salcedo.

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