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Sea Creature Art Prints: This is a simple (sorta messy) and fun way to create art from your children's drawings. Full photo tutorial: http://thecraftyclassroom.com/crafts/ocean-crafts-for-kids/ocean-creatures-art-prints/

Sea Creature Art Prints: This is a simple (sorta messy) and fun way to create art from your children's drawings. Full photo tutorial: http://thecraftyclassroom.com/crafts/ocean-crafts-for-kids/ocean-creatures-art-prints/

“The Ocean is everything I want to be. Beautiful, mysterious, wild and free.” | Most Oceanic Under the Sea iPhone 7 Cases and iPhone 7 Plus Cases for Ocean Lovers. For more Blue Ocean Cases, shop them here ☝☝☝ BEAUTIFUL BUT TOUGH ✨ - Theme, Classroom, Party, Life, Crafts, Activities, Animals, Art, Creatures, Foam, World

“The Ocean is everything I want to be. Beautiful, mysterious, wild and free.” | Most Oceanic Under the Sea iPhone 7 Cases and iPhone 7 Plus Cases for Ocean Lovers. For more Blue Ocean Cases, shop them here ☝☝☝ BEAUTIFUL BUT TOUGH ✨ - Theme, Classroom, Party, Life, Crafts, Activities, Animals, Art, Creatures, Foam, World

6 Extraordinary Art Projects Use Plastic Trash to Highlight the Crisis Facing the World's Oceans . "Priscilla the Parrot Fish" by nonprofit Washed Ashore

6 Extraordinary Art Projects Use Plastic Trash to Highlight the Crisis Facing the World's Oceans . "Priscilla the Parrot Fish" by nonprofit Washed Ashore

Illustrator Svabhu Kohli celebrates the splendor of the natural world with intricate works of art. The multi-layered images depict the oceans and cosmos.

Svabhu Kohli's Illustrations Celebrate Nature's Splendor

Illustrator Svabhu Kohli celebrates the splendor of the natural world with intricate works of art. The multi-layered images depict the oceans and cosmos.

May 2015 (Issue 60) - This is very similar to the underwater city in Darkling Rise (Book 2)

May 2015 (Issue 60

May 2015 (Issue 60) - This is very similar to the underwater city in Darkling Rise (Book 2)

Living Coral /Open brain corals, Trachyphyllia geoffroyi, are just one of thousands of classifications of coral. They are named as such due to their resemblance to an inverted animal brain as seen by the human eye. As the name  suggests, the open brain corals are related to the many other species of brain corals found in shallow warm-water coral reefs in all the world's oceans. The different specific sub-species come in an array of colors ranging from opaque, blue, green, red, pink and…

Living Coral /Open brain corals, Trachyphyllia geoffroyi, are just one of thousands of classifications of coral. They are named as such due to their resemblance to an inverted animal brain as seen by the human eye. As the name suggests, the open brain corals are related to the many other species of brain corals found in shallow warm-water coral reefs in all the world's oceans. The different specific sub-species come in an array of colors ranging from opaque, blue, green, red, pink and…

he Plastic Gyre  The Gyre is a more abstract piece symbolizing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a large ocean vortex that collects trash from around the Pacific Ocean. A lot of the plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is very degraded and consists not of large pieces of garbage and plastic, but small plastic particles invisible to the human eye that can still harm animals. Washed Ashore: From Beach Trash to Ocean Art | Smithsonian Ocean Portal

he Plastic Gyre The Gyre is a more abstract piece symbolizing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a large ocean vortex that collects trash from around the Pacific Ocean. A lot of the plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is very degraded and consists not of large pieces of garbage and plastic, but small plastic particles invisible to the human eye that can still harm animals. Washed Ashore: From Beach Trash to Ocean Art | Smithsonian Ocean Portal

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