So you fancy yourself as Ariel the little mermaid do you? Well get yourself down to Selfridges and check out Project Ocean running throughout May.

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Ocean has been set up to help you get greener and help the oceans. From what fish to eat to interactive exhibitions, films and lively debates, the aim is to help you understand the issues and how you can help.

See the giant sea creatures created from biodegradable balloons by New York artist Jason Hackenwerth, a video and audio installation by artist Beth Derbyshire called The Seven Seas; the Dive Bar with music sessions and poetry readings, or simply purchase one of the limited edition charity products.

We’ve got our eyes on this “No More Fish In The Sea“Tee. Priced at £40 with a whole £10 going to charity.  

Do your bit now before it’s too late, we all know how miserable it can be when there’s no fish in the sea……