The artist Etienne Krähenbühl (1953) collected all the plastics from his daily consumption and then depicted them. The artist made some 730 prints, two a day. For more than a year, he has been accountable for the personal use of this material, and his gesture has become a universal message. That leads to a reflection on ecology and climate. The artist from Yverdon is best known for his production of metal sculptures, but in September 2017 he decided to show the annual consumption of plastic.