Australian artist Vexta also blends human form with that of the fish. The forms of a psychedelic mermaid and a shark seem ghostly and delicate against a black background.
Tre' Packard, Pangea Seed Managing Director, said that they have several Sea Walls events planned for the future. “We plan on hosting a Sea Walls event in San Diego in November and another festival in Miami concurrent to the high-profile Art Basel Miami Beach art-fairs,” he said. “Both events will highlight regional threatened marine species and habitats.”
They have also been asked to make the festival on Isla Mujeres an annual event.
You can learn more about Pangea Seed and Sea Walls: Murals for the Ocean by visiting PangeaSeed.org.