made in britain
Like people, the depths of the sea are unfathomable, and contain many treasures and other fantastic things. See if you can name them all.
I drew this with my son, who told me the things to put in, so I suspect it's influenced by octonauts. there's a humpback whale and an Orca, or killer whale (which is, as you know, a type of dolphin), there's a sea turtle and some tentacles of unknown origin, and lots and lots of fish (including mackrel, salmon, puffer, sardine and John Dory) plus a few others.
I think it would look nice in a kids room, as I used a lot of colours and it's quite jolly and you can have them count fish if they won't go to sleep. I'm also confident it would look great in any room, especially if you want a subtle reminder that you too, like the sea, are a wonderous being with many hidden treasures.
I use water based (eco friendly) acrylic inks in red, blue, orange, grey and black to make this jolly artprint. All materials are archival to last as an heirloom into the future.
Printed by me on acid free, smooth, heavy weight cartridge paper A3 size is 420 x 297 mm (16.5 x 11.7 in) Fits standard sized frames (frames are not provided)