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Two Crowned Sea Goddesses


Two Crowned Sea Goddesses


    This print is part of the exhibition ‘Nudibranch’ by Coco Lom at The Book Club in Shoreditch, London. The exhibition is inspired by Nudibranchs, more commonly known as sea slugs. These luminous molluscs are famous for their psychedelic shapes and patterns, with each piece from the show celebrating a different member of the sea slug family.


    Two Crowned Sea Goddesses

    Scientific name - Felimare Kempfi

    AKA Crowned Sea Goddess


    Like most sea slugs, the Crowned Sea Goddess dives head first into adventure, led by its pair of rhinophores, more commonly known as ‘horns’. The word ‘rhinophores’ comes from two classical Greek words: rhino = nose, and phore = carrier. Nudibranchs use their horns to smell the chemistry of the water and look for food scents. Their horns are key to their survival and are in constant danger of being damaged. To protect them, most sea slugs can withdraw their horns into a safe pocket beneath their skin, which they shut tight when they feel disturbed.



    A3 (297mm x 420mm) 


    Signed Limited Edition of 25


    Giclee print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper






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    Sent 1st class Royal Mail


    Please allow 2 weeks for UK orders to be printed and delivered

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