what you wear can be used as a canvas for visually expressing ideas and telling important stories. 

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As with our film and photography, we see our apparel line as an opportunity with which to teach and inspire. Our printed apparel allows us to take our photography to a new medium, bringing with it the ideas and science behind the photograph.

Each product tells a story, and our hope is that these stories continue to spread around the world as you wear them on your adventures. In doing so, you become an advocate for the marine species, ecosystem, or natural phenomenon it represents and for the process of scientific discovery that is needed to better understand it. 

We challenge you to carry the torch with passion and enthusiasm and to share what you learn with those around you. 

For a brief overview of the stories of some of our prints, explore the captions below.

Whale Shark Warrior leggings

Marine Megafauna Foundation's Claire Paris takes a photo ID of a satellite tagged whale shark. Research into the lives of these gentle giants can help us to manage their populations and keep these magnificent fish in the ocean where they belong.

Photo by Simon Pierce of the Marine Megafauna Foundation.

Mermaid Camo Leggings

Jennah explores one of Florida's many freshwater springs, the source of drinking water for 92% of Floridians. Over the past 15 or 20 years, Florida’s burgeoning population has had a plethora of consequences for the springs, namely decreases in flow due to overpumping and a transition from native underwater grasses to nasty algae. Nitrate levels in the springs have skyrocketed and ecosystem dynamics have changed as food webs are altered.

Tiger Shark Trailblazer Leggings

University of Miami's Shark Research and Conservation Program tag and release a tiger shark. Tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier) are classified by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as “Near Threatened”, and thus, research, education and outreach is essential to ensuring healthy populations.