We want your ocean art!

Send in your ocean themed artwork for a chance to be featured on the website and across our social media channels.


We are getting ready to release a new ‘Artwork’ page on the Marine Madness website! We want to share people’s ocean inspired art of all shapes and sizes, whilst spreading some love and positivity for marine life. Anything goes whether it is a painting, sketch, sculpture, photographs, clothing or anything else you can think of. We’re not looking for professional or award winning submissions, we just want to give enthusiasts and upcoming artists a platform to share their work. If you enjoy making ocean art or just want to give it a go, we want to hear from you! We won’t be ranking or reviewing anyone’s stuff so don’t be shy!

Just send in pictures of your artwork to our editor Harry at harryjpbaker21@gmail.com with a title and your social media handles for a chance to be featured on the site and across Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Alternatively you can tag us in your pictures on Twitter (@Marine_Madness) or on Insta (@marinemadness). Unfortunately we are not in a position to be able to compensate anyone for their work so this is a VOLUNTARY initiative only, do not expect to get anything in return apart from some online exposure.

If you want to learn more about the role art can play in marine conservation and get some inspiration from a professional, then check out our interview with the amazing Debby Mason from earlier this year. If you would like to be a guest writer on the blog then you can also check out guidelines for submission here.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our followers for your continued support and we look forward to seeing what you come up with!

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