This kelp/spider crab mural speaks to how there are creatures of the sea that may appear scary, but as we understand their place and importance to the environment, we can appreciate their beauty and significance. To look at what they pick up and give back. The pencil legs represent writing/drawing about the consumer impact on oceans. Sharpening such tools, and using them to create visions for a more ecological relationship with nature and environment.This mural was commissioned by the Let’s Talk Trash team. It is located at the qathet Regional District Ocean Plastic Depot, Sunshine Coast, BC. Painted with discarded/ left-over paint. Funding made possible through the Ocean Legacy Foundation and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.