The Muju Ocean Guardians represent each of the Arctic, Indian, Pacific, Atlantic and Southern oceans and were created to bring more awareness to issues surrounding pollution and other elements that are affecting the future of world's water.
The seven-inch sculptures were created by the Muju World artist studio, located in England, and the proceeds from each one sold goes to support the Surfers for Cetaceans Charity. Each tiny creature is a totem that represents the body of water it is said to protect and is crafted in varying degrees of aqua and blue hues out of layered resin.
Composed of several layers of overlapped scales, the sculptures resemble a cross between a fish or mermaid and the ocean waves that house many different forms of aquatic life.
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