Invertebrates Like to Snuggle Too!

c09efb70e0e445fac81270f8c38df8b7 Invertebrates Like to Snuggle Too!
This series of felt puppet inverts all nestled in bed was created by famed puppeteer Hiné Mizushima and went on display recently in Baltimore’s EMP Collective.  Unlike many other reef art things that we feature here, this is one you can actually buy, as Hiné has a cool Etsy shop featuring her work.  The creatures are all over the place, including our non-reef favorite, the sleeping paramecium (which is a pretty fashionable brooch for your lab type friends).  Each item is obviously handcrafted but when you look at each of the up close you can tell that they have a detail imbued and are sure to make the spineless love in your life light up with excitement!

Josh Saul

About Josh Saul

Josh Saul is a consultant for Fortune 500 finance and banking companies. He has been involved in the aquarium hobby for 13 years and has been SCUBA diving for over 20. He spends his spare time planning dive trips, designing websites, DJing, and finding new and exciting ways to flood his apartment. He is married with two children and lives in Manhattan.
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