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Welcome to the Under The Sea Collection

Oceanlovers’ mission is to inspire humanity to celebrate and protect our ocean. In Under The Sea, each print is uniquely hand-drawn and features marine life in danger of extinction.

See below information about each print, fun facts about the featured sea life for you to share with friends and also ways to help us protect our ocean and its inhabitants.

Thank you so much for being an Oceanlover and for helping us spread the word about our beautiful sea life! Don’t forget to tag us in your photos @oceanlovers.global

Made by salty souls for salty souls.

With so much love,

Your Oceanlovers Family

About the prints



  • This graceful and fearless print features eight different shark species: Dwarf Sawfish, Angel Shark, Hammerhead Shark, Speartooth Shark, Great White, Dusky Shark, Lemon Shark and Whale Shark.

    Make a statement while you splash, this unique, hand drawn print is the perfect advocate for our marine life.

    Available in pink and blue.

    Fun facts about sharks:

    Did you know…
    • Sharks appeared in the ocean over 455 million years ago.
    • The whale shark is the longest fish in the world. The age of a shark can be determined by the number of rings on their vertebrae.
    • They don’t sleep like humans do, they never enter an unconscious state.
    • They simply have active and restful periods.
    • They have special organs which allow them to sense electromagnetic fields and temperature shifts in the ocean.
    • They can go into a natural trance.
  • This lively, incredibly flattering print features the beautiful sea anemone with a special watercolour effect depicting them dancing in the ocean. The different shades of purple make this print pop for a vibrant, sea-inspired statement.

    Fun facts about sea anemones:

    Did you know…
    • There are over 1,000 species of sea anemones.
    • Sea anemones look like flowers but they are in fact animals.
    • Their tentacles are typically arranged in multiples of six.
    • This six-fold symmetry is a feature they share with stony corals.
    • They paralyze their prey with their tentacles. They can walk and even swim.
    • Sea anemones’ mouths serve as their anus too. They can live up to 80 years.
  • This dreamy print features a family of turtles frolicking together in the ocean. The watercolour effect gives it a warm, friendly, ocean-wash appeal, and the warm, soft pastels of this print provide a splash of modern nostalgia.

    Fun facts about turtles:

    Did you know…
    • Green sea turtles are the largest species of hard shelled turtles.
    • They are named after the greenish coloured fat under their shell which is a result of their diet.
    • They are herbivores and eat seaweed, algae, and seagrass.
    • They are found along the coastline of 80 countries with the largest nesting populations in Australia and Costa Rica.
    • They can hold their breath for up to 5 hours.
    • Green turtles return to breed on the beaches where they were born.
  • This classy and elegant print features coral lines as we see them from above the water. The lungs of the sea. The gold and black print provides a luxurious look, making it something you’ll love forever.

    Fun facts about corals:

    Did you know…
    • Corals are animals, not plants.
    • Known as the ‘Rainforest of the Sea’, corals are home to almost 25% of known marine species.
    • Corals outlived dinosaurs!
    • White corals means stressed corals.
    • The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest marine park in the world and is home to over 400 types of coral.
    • Corals communicate with fish by sending chemical signals under the water which attracts them.
    • A baby coral is called Planula.
    • Their biodiversity is crucial for the health of our oceans and our world.
  • This classy and elegant print features coral lines as we see them from above the water. The lungs of the sea. The gold and black print provides a luxurious look, making it something you’ll love forever.

    Fun facts about corals:

    Did you know…
    • Corals are animals, not plants.
    • Known as the ‘Rainforest of the Sea’, corals are home to almost 25% of known marine species.
    • Corals outlived dinosaurs!
    • White corals means stressed corals.
    • The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest marine park in the world and is home to over 400 types of coral.
    • Corals communicate with fish by sending chemical signals under the water which attracts them.
    • A baby coral is called Planula.
    • Their biodiversity is crucial for the health of our oceans and our world.
<p>This graceful and fearless print features eight different shark species: Dwarf Sawfish, Angel Shark, Hammerhead Shark, Speartooth Shark, Great White, Dusky Shark, Lemon Shark and Whale Shark. </p> <p>Make a statement while you splash, this unique, hand drawn print is the perfect advocate for our marine life.</p> <p>Available in pink and blue.</p> <p style="color:#15416F !important;font-weight:bold;">Fun facts about sharks:</p> <span class="rumpi-font" style="color:#15416F;">Did you know…</span> <ul> <li>Sharks appeared in the ocean over 455 million years ago.</li> <li>The whale shark is the longest fish in the world. The age of a shark can be determined by the number of rings on their vertebrae.</li> <li>They don’t sleep like humans do, they never enter an unconscious state. </li> <li>They simply have active and restful periods.</li> <li>They have special organs which allow them to sense electromagnetic fields and temperature shifts in the ocean.</li> <li>They can go into a natural trance.</li> </ul>
<p>This lively, incredibly flattering print features the beautiful sea anemone with a special watercolour effect depicting them dancing in the ocean. The different shades of purple make this print pop for a vibrant, sea-inspired statement. </p> <p style="color:#15416F !important;font-weight:bold;">Fun facts about sea anemones:</p> <span class="rumpi-font" style="color:#15416F;">Did you know…</span> <ul> <li>There are over 1,000 species of sea anemones.</li> <li>Sea anemones look like flowers but they are in fact animals.</li> <li>Their tentacles are typically arranged in multiples of six. </li> <li>This six-fold symmetry is a feature they share with stony corals.</li> <li>They paralyze their prey with their tentacles. They can walk and even swim.</li> <li>Sea anemones’ mouths serve as their anus too. They can live up to 80 years.</li> </ul>
<p>This dreamy print features a family of turtles frolicking together in the ocean. The watercolour effect gives it a warm, friendly, ocean-wash appeal, and the warm, soft pastels of this print provide a splash of modern nostalgia.</p> <p style="color:#15416F !important;font-weight:bold;">Fun facts about turtles:</p> <span class="rumpi-font" style="color:#15416F;">Did you know…</span> <ul> <li>Green sea turtles are the largest species of hard shelled turtles.</li> <li>They are named after the greenish coloured fat under their shell which is a result of their diet.</li> <li>They are herbivores and eat seaweed, algae, and seagrass.</li> <li>They are found along the coastline of 80 countries with the largest nesting populations in Australia and Costa Rica.</li> <li>They can hold their breath for up to 5 hours.</li> <li>Green turtles return to breed on the beaches where they were born.</li> </ul>
<p>This classy and elegant print features coral lines as we see them from above the water. The lungs of the sea. The gold and black print provides a luxurious look, making it something you’ll love forever. </p> <p style="color:#15416F !important;font-weight:bold;">Fun facts about corals:</p> <span class="rumpi-font" style="color:#15416F;">Did you know…</span> <ul> <li>Corals are animals, not plants.</li> <li>Known as the ‘Rainforest of the Sea’, corals are home to almost 25% of known marine species.</li> <li>Corals outlived dinosaurs! </li> <li>White corals means stressed corals. </li> <li>The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest marine park in the world and is home to over 400 types of coral.</li> <li>Corals communicate with fish by sending chemical signals under the water which attracts them.</li> <li>A baby coral is called Planula.</li> <li>Their biodiversity is crucial for the health of our oceans and our world.</li> </ul>
<p>This classy and elegant print features coral lines as we see them from above the water. The lungs of the sea. The gold and black print provides a luxurious look, making it something you’ll love forever. </p> <p style="color:#15416F !important;font-weight:bold;">Fun facts about corals:</p> <span class="rumpi-font" style="color:#15416F;">Did you know…</span> <ul> <li>Corals are animals, not plants.</li> <li>Known as the ‘Rainforest of the Sea’, corals are home to almost 25% of known marine species.</li> <li>Corals outlived dinosaurs! </li> <li>White corals means stressed corals. </li> <li>The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest marine park in the world and is home to over 400 types of coral.</li> <li>Corals communicate with fish by sending chemical signals under the water which attracts them.</li> <li>A baby coral is called Planula.</li> <li>Their biodiversity is crucial for the health of our oceans and our world.</li> </ul>
What can we do about protecting our beautiful sea life?
Join or organise a beach clean-up.
Leave no traces other than footprints in the sand.
Decrease your single-use plastic. Say no to plastics wherever possible; Bring your own shopping bags, glass containers, reusable coffee cups etc.
When enjoying ocean adventures, don’t touch corals. Coral reefs are alive.

Raise awareness about ocean conservation and share your love for the ocean and its endangered species with your friends and on your social channels.
Conserve water. The less water we use, the less runoff and wastewater will find their way back into the ocean.
Learn how to make smart seafood choices and choose sustainable options.

Initiatives and projects to support

  • Madagascar Whale Shark Project

    In 2014, Whale sharks lacked protection in Madagascar, and with growing tourism there were no local regulations in place to regulate interactions. To date the project has identified 366 individual whale sharks, implemented a code of conduct, initiated an education program and published the first study of whale shark movement in Madagascar. Visit their website to see ways in which you can get involved. https://www.madawhalesharks.org/

  • Find a list of 10 shark conservation organisations you can support here

    https://welovesharks.club/top-10-shark-conservation-organizations-support/

  • Maldives - Marine Turtle Conservation

    https://www.goeco.org/area/volunteer-in-asia/maldives/maldives-sea-turtle-conservation/
    This is a government-endorsed program and concerned with three key areas of turtle conservation: the protection of turtle nests followed by assisted rearing; the rehabilitation of injured turtles; and photo identification techniques and satellite tracking.

  • Find a list of 10 sea turtle rescue projects you can support here

    https://welovesharks.club/top-10-shark-conservation-organizations-support/

  • Living Reefs Foundation

    https://welovesharks.club/top-10-shark-conservation-organizations-support/

  • Find a list of 9 coral reef restoration projects you can support here

    https://welovesharks.club/top-10-shark-conservation-organizations-support/

  • Coral Vita

    https://welovesharks.club/top-10-shark-conservation-organizations-support/