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Human Nature: Jason deCaires Taylor’s Submerged Figurative Sculptures Form Thriving Artificial Reefs

Jason deCaires Taylor anchors his sculptures on the ocean floor, where they get colonized by seaweed, algae and coral, turning them into living reefs.

Karl Blossfeldt - Fine Art Photography  [found at jbe200 & mmmmmmmmmy]

Photography( one of my favourite photographers) would look beautiful in a bright blue or lime green frame Pumpkin - Karl Blossfeldt

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Artist Jason de Caires Taylor submerges life-size sculptures made of cement into the waters surrounding South America. As time passes, the installation morphs into an artificial reef, facial expressions slowly overcome by living masks.

Underwater Statues is listed (or ranked) 27 on the list 38 Images That Prove You Have Thalassophobia

38 Horrifying Photos That Prove The Ocean Is the Scariest Place On Earth

Sure, it could be fun in the sun, but the thought of the vastness of the ocean makes you anxious.


Night - Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor. Jason de Caires Taylor used sculputres to create artificial reefs. I find this sea intervention sublime, makes me think about art in our enviroment.

jabblog: Underwater sculpture park in Grenada: Scupture by Jason deCaires Taylor was conceived to honour African slaves who were thrown overboard from the slave ship 'Zong'. Over time these sculptures in the clear waters of Grenada will develop into artifical coral reefs.

Jason Decaires Taylor Underwater sculptures , in Grenada, in honor of African Ancestors who were thrown overboard the slave ships during the Middle Passage of the African Holocaust

The Silent Evolution - Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor

Jason deCaires Taylor - The Silent Evolution (MUSA Cancoon Underwater Museum)