Pulau Merah is a small hill-shaped island located on West Java. At first glance it's as close to paradise as you can get. A beautiful bay, surrounded by mountains with countless breaks. As we walked through the bays, something caught our eyes. A piece of plastic had arrived in the most unsuspecting corner, interlacing with the rocks, and testing the survival of billions of creatures. Broken and in silence, we asked ourselves ‘is plastic already part of our ecosystem, our landscape, or is it there, and everywhere else, to remind us to do something?' We kept walking for a bit, but something was echoing inside us, connecting us, and we began to talk. What began in Indonesia, with the fishing nets, lack of awareness, and over population, ended in Barcelona, with clothes, smartphones, and takeaway coffees. The plastic was shouting, shouting to us all that we need to change.