For some of these artists, such as Max Mulhern and his recent launch of Aqua Dice, their pieces represent unpredictability or spontaneity—movement with a sense of uncertainty. For others, the relationship is both whimsical and political at once, as seen by artists like Florentijn Hofman and Ego Leonard, with their giant-sized versions of childrens' toys.
I tend to see the ocean as a reminder that there are things out there much bigger than us. But for these artists, manipulating mediums to create a separate medium of aqueous art can evoke so much more. Whether breaking harbor boundaries or showing a silent struggle under the sea, here are 25 Incredible Examples of Aquatic Art.