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Los Roques Tunicates Organic Silk Scarf

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The Unseen Beauty of Nature

Natural pattern revealing the hidden beauty of colonial tunicates living on corals in the Archipelago Los Roques, Venezuela. Tunicates are beautiful and often colourful marine invertebrate animals found all over the world. 


This design means the world to me. I created this pattern using underwater photography of colonial tunicates living on corals in the Archipelago Los Roques, by marine biologist Dr Adriana Humanes. Adriana and I, both come from Venezuela, a country that is now suffering its worst humanitarian crisis in recent history. Los Roques National Park is one of the most beautiful places on Earth and Venezuela is a biodiversity hotspot. By working with scientists like Adriana, we have the privilege to have access to so many incredible organisms from the ocean. My mission and responsibility at Crùbag are to share this mostly unseen beauty and knowledge through colourful textiles and written ocean stories.

By revealing these hidden patterns from nature and bringing marine science and art together, I propose a new aesthetics that is rooted in love, curiosity and the search for scientific knowledge to advance society and protect our planet. Jessica Giannotti, Founder of Crùbag.

Product Description

-Designed in Scotland.
-Size: 90cm x 90cm.
-Design printed on (GOTS certified) 100% organic silk twill.
-Each scarf is finished by hand with hand-rolled edges.
-Made in the UK with care and love.
-Dry Clean Only.

Your scarf comes inside a beautiful plastic-free, embossed Crùbag gift box with a special Climate Change Collection booklet, sharing the science stories and images that inspired the collection. You also receive a Marine Science is Beautiful postcard. 

Scientific Story

The beauty of nature was evident when I saw this organism. A colonial tunicate (Botrylloides sp.) was growing over one of the substrates that I used to estimate the percentage of natural coral babies in a reef at Los Roques National Park, Venezuela. I spent hours under the microscope examining it, creating small disturbances at the surface of the water to see how it closed the several mouths of its syphons.

Then I discovered more of these in other substrates with different colours: orange, purple, red, black. Nature's beauty is a gift that never stops giving. By Dr Adriana Humanes, Marine Biologist.

Positive Impact

Each scarf its paired with its written ocean literacy story, sharing the science and images that inspired the collection. 

Every purchase helps fund and communicate leading research. Our impact partners are dedicated to solving global issues through marine science.

By wearing your Crùbag products and sharing the story, you are part of the ocean advocacy movement, educating, inspiring others around you.

Shipping and returns

FREE SHIPPING IN THE UK. We offer FREE standard shipping to all our customers in the UK.

All orders in the UK, unless otherwise agreed, will be shipped via: Royal Mail, Signed For 1st Class.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS are charged at £12.50 and may take up to 7-10 working days or longer to reach their destination. We are not responsible for any delays caused by customs clearance processes.

International orders, unless otherwise agreed, will be shipped via: Royal Mail or Fedex International Priority.

RETURNS POLICY: If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, we are sorry to hear that. Please return the item within 14 days of receipt.

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