Sharks are an important key-player in maintaining the health of our oceans. Pitbulls are loyal, loving, and dedicated. Join us as we show the world that misconceptions are easy to swim beyond! 100% of the funds received (proceeds) for this campaign design will be split between two amazing organizations - Ghetto Rescue and Sharks4Kids. Lexy (featured here with her best pal Bruce) and her owner are paving the way - I'm just glad I could take part by providing the art. Please head over to the dedicated Lexy/Bruce page I have created to read all about it and how you can help!

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I recently had the pleasure of creating the design for a campaign to help further the Epaulette Shark research of Tiffany Nay. All donations/sponsorships go directly through her University. This means that literally 100% of the donations are going straight to research costs. If you choose to become a sponsor, you'll receive a fantastic screen-printed T-Shirt, sticker, and postcards (pictured below). You can help spread the word by tagging us online if you make a post. Just use the hashtag #WalkingSharks! 


Regarding Tiffany's research:  Understanding how Epaulette sharks use temperature is critical to conserving species as conditions continue to warm across the globe. We may be able to predict how fish will respond and cope in the near future pending the research findings.

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Sharks are Apex predators and a vital element of our oceanic ecosystem. They keep other populations of species balanced throughout our world's oceans. The continued co-existence of predator and prey allows our oceanic ecosystem to thrive. An imbalance or removal of a key component of this 'chain' can cause a disastrous trickle-down effect. There have already been documented occurrences of localized collapses of fisheries and ecosystems due to the removal of sharks, including the scallop fisheries in Chesapeake Bay, the coral reefs in Belize, and the cod in New England.


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