Henley Spiers on Ribbon Roar:
"Blue & Yellow. Vulnerable Yet Ferocious. The dragon-like ribbon eel is amongst the smallest of the moray eels and an unforgettable presence on the reef. Ferociously independent, ribbon eels are noted for their poor adaptation to captivity, often ceasing to feed and expiring long before the 20 year life expectancy they could hope for in the wild.
My friend Jamie McDonald is at the frontier helping to feed and water refugees from the war in Ukraine. Just like ribbon eels, I could happily speak at length about his inspirational qualities, but the most important thing right now is to offer support to those who have been forced to flee their home, and for whom basic day-to-day survival is now in question. Where can I sleep tonight? How can I feed my family? Fundamental questions for everyday people, just like you and me, who have now lost everything.
Help Jamie and the World Central Kitchen: Wherever there is a fight so that hungry people may eat, we will be there.
100% of the profits raised from these limited edition prints of Ribbon Roar will be donated."
Fine art quality gicleé print on 300gsm Gloss Art Fibre paper. This heavyweight paper has a subtle sheen, perfectly suited to this striking underwater image.
A4 size including a 10mm white border (perfect for easy framing)
Printed, hand trimmed and packed with care in Manchester, UK. Prints will be produced and dispatched once the sale closes.