Partnering with The Nature Conservancy, Bamboo Sushi and Summit Series, Ink Dwell created a series of pieces that highlight the Bahamas’s South Berry Island Marine Protected Area (SBIMPA), a 71-square mile area the three organizations worked together to create and protect. The interpretive display, with a light box that pulses at three knots, the average current speed in the area, will be housed at Nassau’s forthcoming cruise ship terminal, which will see more than three million annual visitors.
The murals at Bamboo Sushi in Portland, OR, depict a seascape and the SBIMPA food chain.
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS OREGON, July 2012
“What happens when more than 1,000 eco-minded entrepreneurs set sail for three days in the Bahamas, bent on boosting the positive impacts of their businesses? A rallying cry for roughly $1 million, the protection of a marine area, and a commemorative mural in an unlikely place: tableside at Bamboo Sushi’s new restaurant location at 836 N.W. 23rd Ave. in Portland.”