PangeaSeed is pleased to announce its fourth annual fine-art print project, Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously - Volume 2. In an effort to educate and raise awareness of the state of the world’s oceans, the year-long series will feature 12 ocean animals whose existence is threatened by human impact.
Every month, PangeaSeed will release a limited-edition fine art print focusing on a specific threatened marine species including the hammerhead shark, narwhal, coral, leatherback sea turtle, vaquita porpoise, humpback whale, and more.
The artists bringing these charismatic creatures to life are some of today’s top creative
masterminds such as Nychos, Tatiana Suarez, Jeff Soto, Dave Kinsey, Nevercrew, Dan
Mumford, Nosego, Kozyndan, Cryptik, Casey Weldon, Li Hill and Marko Manev.
"The Year of Living Dangerously is a is a truly unique project that enables us to reach
audiences that may otherwise not be exposed to the important environmental issues that are close to our hearts," says PangeaSeed founder Tre’ Packard. "Once the prints hang on
someone’s wall, they continue to act as conversation starters, and go beyond being just a
beautiful piece of art."
Over the past four years, PangeaSeed’s print suites have helped fund PangeaSeedFoundation’s programs, which shed light on pressing ocean environmental issues through art, design, and new media. Portions of the proceeds from this 2016 project will continue to support the Foundation’s efforts.
For those interested in collecting all 12 prints, PangeaSeed has a limited-time offer subscription to the complete series through February 15, 2016. Subscribers do not need to worry about missing out on any of the highly popular print releases, and can enjoy free domestic and international shipping.
All PangeaSeed prints are produced in the U.S. and are accompanied by a certificate of
authenticity. The prints will be released at shop.pangeaseed.co.