Print Search
Related Art

1st Edition

Doyle, Timothy More info
Edition Details
Class:Art Print
Technique:Screen Print
Paper:100lb Cougar Cover
Size:24 X 36
Markings:Signed & Numbered
EB Awards
Nominate Now
Sea Also Rises - Pangea Seed
The Sea Also Rises 3
Read 2 Comments
Add Comment
PangeaSeed is pleased to announce the third print release of our 2014 print-suite project, "HOME: A Fine Art Print Suite for Threatened Ocean Habitats".

Tim Doyle
"The Sea Also Rises: The Fleet Deploys"
Edition Size:
Edition of 150 (signed & numbered)
Print Details:
5-color screen print (including a split fountain and fluorescent pink
on 100lb Cougar Cover
24" x 36"
Nakatomi Print Labs
$50 plus shipping & handling

"Once again, the fine folks at PangeaSeed have asked me to participate in their print suite! I was really excited to tackle CORAL REEFS, as there was a lot of opportunity for interesting shapes and crazy colors. Of course, once I started on this project, the detail spiraled wildly out of control, and almost drove me mad! But I'm a glutton for punishment (also, burritos) and I hopped right in. Any opportunity to draw sharks and girls, AND help protect the ocean is a no-brainer for me!

Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on Earth and home to more than 25% of all life in the ocean. Coral offers sea creatures shelter, a place to breed and spawn and also house many pharmaceutical properties treating illnesses such as cancer, heart disease and human bacterial infections.

Also known as the “Rainforests of the Sea”, this fragile habitat is made up not only of hard and soft corals, but also sponges, crustaceans, mollusks, fish, sea turtles, sharks, dolphins and much more. - Science estimates that there are between one and eight million marine species still undiscovered in coral habitats.

This fundamental part of the ocean is incredibly sensitive; each component of a coral reef is dependent upon and interconnected with countless other plants, animals and organisms. This means that fluctuations in the abundance of one species can drastically alter both the diversity and populations of others. While natural causes such as hurricanes and other large storm events can be the causes for such alterations, it is more commonly human impacts, that trigger these types of shifts in this vital ecosystem.

Coastal development, pollution, overfishing, ocean acidification and destructive fishing practices such as bottom trawling and dynamite are its major threats.

How you can help save Coral Reefs -
Donate to organizations working to raise awareness and research such as PangeaSeed, Coral Reef Alliance and the Coral Reef Conservation Research Laboratory at the University of Miami.
Advocate stronger global and regional action to protect coral reefs and the animals that call them Home.
Support the establishment and protection of marine protected areas (MPAs).
Recommend ecotourism and dive/snorkel on coral reefs. This offers sustainable monetary alternatives to overfishing and habitat destruction caused by dynamite and cyanide fishing .
Think twice before you buy. Do not support the trade of coral and endangered ocean animal products and try to reduce your carbon footprint.
Educate yourself, friend and family on the issues facing coral reefs and other threatened marine habitats. Act NOW if we wish to save our seas.
Sales History
Original Price$50.00