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Waterpod on the East River

Waterpod on the East River

The Waterpod was a self-sufficient habitat on the waterways of New York City. This photograph captures the Waterpod's journey, as it docks at the iconic South Street Seaport in Manhattan in 2009. This photograph not only showcases the Waterpod's presence but also serves as a symbol for a future. It encapsulates the urgency and significance of exploring alternative models of community-based food, water, and energy production, crucial for nurturing regenerative ecosystems and ensuring a more sustainable future.

By owning this signed photograph, you not only acquire a piece of art but also become a part of a mission to empower people to actively participate in the journey toward ecological regeneration. Displayed in a simple 8" x 10" white wood frame, this brings the ecological and technological spirit of the Waterpod into your home, reminding you daily of art's transformative power.

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