You might remember our feature on artist Zaria Forman, whose incredible photorealistic series of Greenland captured our hearts. Her journeys recently led her to the Maldives, which inspired her to put pastels to paper, focusing on the rising sea levels in the lowest-lying country in the world at the hand of climate change. It’s hard to imagine one day such pristine beauty could be gone forever.
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