This jigsaw is based on a 1976 National Geographic map showing the migration and range of six species of great whales: the Fin, Humpback, Sperm, Gray, Bowhead and Right Whales. The map, produced near the start of the period of public interest in whale conservation, also contains information about how commercial whaling had decimated the populations of these magnificent mammals and the actions then being taken to protect them. With a linen-style finish to reduce glare and a sturdy construction, this puzzle makes an ideal gift for older children or adults who want to find out more about these fascinating animals.
Love them or hate them, there’s no escaping the Larus argentatus on a trip to the British seaside. At least this one isn’t going to steal your chips... Also available in other styles and shapes. 100% cotton. Fitted, tapered shape.Blue t-shirt, printed in colour. Care: Machine wash...
The looping, ruffled form of this pendant is inspired by the forms of deep-sea Glass Sponges. The form is created by a computational simulation of minimal surface networks that tends towards even volumes and densities. The form is 3D printed in wax, and then cast...
Two bookends inspired by the Scleractinia, the stony corals. The perfect gift for any book lover. Measures: 15 x 11 x 9 cm. Steel laser cut bookends.
The summer’s must-have rockpooling gear. (It goes without saying that we encourage responsible rockpooling - the only starfish you take away from the beach should be the one on your t-shirt.) 100% cotton.White t-shirt, printed in colour. Care: Machine wash cool. Tumble dry low. Do...