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More than 1,200 people gathered on January 17, 2004, on Miami’s South Beach to create a massive “human art” image in creative protest against the unprecedented prosecution of Greenpeace by the Bush administration. Supporters of the international environmental organization gathered Saturday afternoon to form a replica of the 1959 Pablo Picasso work titled “Amnistia”, which was photographed and filmed from a helicopter above Miami Beach.

This aerial art image, produced in conjunction with aerial artist John Quigley and Spectral Q, is aimed at inspiring people all over the world to voice their concern over the continuing destruction of our endangered forests.

Photography by Robert Visser