A suite of drawings commenting on the specific impact of plastics on Layson albatross who call Midway Atoll their home. The mindless repetitive actions of using and abusing plastics that so many of us take have been slowly adding up, affecting something that feels completely removed from daily life. Located in the Pacific Ocean is one of many “plastic islands,” commonly known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. It is completely plagued with everything from micro-plastics, undetectable to the eye, all the way to full bottles or rogue fishing materials, a good majority of which ends up in the digestive systems of the Layson albatross.