Ollivier is Breton, he came to Spain 25 years ago and is based in Sitges. He loves taking long walks on the beaches and coves of the Costa del Garraf. This is where his inspiration comes from. During those walks along the coast, he collects driftwood, rusted metals, parts of fishermen’s nets, and other debris from the sea. During the confinement, he began to transform everything he had collected, into unique pieces with nautical inspiration. Whales, lighthouses, boats or fishing villages are born based on the shape of the pieces of wood. Thus was born the RESEACLA project, whose name comes from the combination of RECICLA in Spanish, and SEA in English. Two issues that Ollivier attaches great importance to: recycling and protecting the sea.