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Ocean-inspired textiles

We have been merging marine science and art since 2013. Crùbag's colourful textiles and one-of-a-kind sustainable accessories reveal the unseen beauty of the ocean and help communicate important environmental science. Our collectable pieces are paired with the science story that inspired them. Together we can celebrate and support craftsmanship, people and planet. At least 10% of our profits go back to fund marine science institutions and our ocean literacy and science and art outreach programmes. Marine science is beautiful. Wear a beautiful scarf and become an ocean advocate.

The Seamount Collection is here

Inspired by deep-sea mountains, this is our most ambitious collection to date. The seamount collection is a multidisciplinary effort that merges art, fashion and world-class marine science.

What would an ocean be without a monster lurking in the dark? It would be like sleep without dreams.

Werner Herzog

A new species shared with the world for the first time

This beautiful alien-looking organism is a crustacean living among hard corals in the deep sea. The Arcturididae series will take you to some of the most remote and unexplored places on Earth.

Their bodies mimic coral polyps

They are a commensal species, meaning that one organism benefits from the other without harming it.

Arcturididae maxi silk chiffon scarf

I think you'll fall in love with this beautiful and quirky animal like we did.

Arcturididae scarves →

Do you love fashion, the ocean, and mountains?

Video: Learn about seamounts and explore this mysterious and striking world in this recent interview with our collaborators: deep-sea researchers Dr Natalia Serpetti and Prof Bhavani Narayanaswamy.

There are still places in the ocean environment that have not yet been discovered, and the effects of pollution and overfishing could, in fact, be destroying populations or species that have not even been seen before, thereby devastating ecosystems we know nothing about.

Ecosystem Modeller and Benthic Ecologist Dr Natalia Serpetti