After graduating with a degree in architecture from the Politecnico di Milano, Angheleddu specialized in interior design at an architecture studio, where he amassed a great deal of knowledge and experience in 3D digital modeling.Read more
Barb was an avid technical and wreck diver, underwater photographer and instructor, having learned to dive in Anchorage, Alaska, in 1979. She was a PADI Master Instructor and held instructor ratings with DAN, IANTD and NAUI.Read more
"Surely we must care for the wondrous beauty and diversity of life in the other 70 percent of our planet, particularly in tropical seas where marine life is at its most prolific and colorful, for our children and their children to witness."
"Anytime you truly celebrate the visual beauty of something through art, you give it an importance that it may not have had for a lot of people—helping them appreciate it in a new way and start to consider how valuable that thing is."
“Every year, I come up with a concept of study and art as a project for myself. Luckily, I have never lost my passion and interest in nature. I have been diving for over 44 years, logging some 26,000 dives already, but still I dive every day.Read more
* Deco for Divers
* Diving and Subaquatic Medicine
* Diving Physiology in Plain English
* Underwater Photography Masterclass
'Oxygen Measurement for Divers' is remarkably readable. It has been designed for divers to pick it up and dip into it. To check information. To look up answers.Read more
The 'Circular Economy' is where waste is recycled and then re-purposed, ie fabric can be made from PET plastic bottles and used coffee grounds. In this instance Mark Cook is creating and designing useful beautiful products from marine waste.Read more
"I began my 'Love the Water' prints so that I could start a dialogue with people about the importance of our oceans. I meet a lot of people during art shows—most of them tourists—and it’s easy to connect with them through my illustrations."