Costa's Fish Art is back with new Bluefin Tuna, Bonefish, and Steelhead sculptures

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Costa's new Fish Art sculptures are made entirely out of sunglass parts and will join the Bass, Dorado, Marlin, Sailfish and Tarpon sculptures as part of the collection. Plans have already been made to utilize the new sculptures for conservation. 

Previously donated Fish Art sculptures, like the Marlin, raised $10,000 for The Billfish Foundation. The Tarpon sculpture was donated to IGFA Hall of Fame, the Bass resides with the creative agency responsible for the design, and the Sailfish and Dorado are living at Costa's HQ in Daytona Beach, Fla. 

More video and imagery updates will be shared on Costa's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/costasunglasses, or visit Twitter @CostaSunglasses.

Costa Fish Art facts:

  • Bluefin Tuna: More than 1,500 lenses used, featuring Costa's Tuna Alley style
  • Bonefish: 202 lenses used, featuring Costa's Fantail style
  • Steelhead: 438 lenses used, featuring Costa's Hamlin style

View the "making of" video by clicking the image below.

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