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Projects & Published Work

'Mamiferos book illustrations - click to view enlargement mini poster of marine mammals of the Salish Sea (Puget Sound Chapter of the American Cetacean Society) - click to view enlargementdesign for 2004 ACS conference - click to view enlargement poster of Antarctic cetaceans - click to view enlargement killer whale bookmark for Rainforest Publications - click to view enlargement laminated field guide for marine mammals of California - click to view enlargement illustrations for a brochure of the Central Puget Sound Marine Mammal Stranding Network - click to view enlargement illustration of a Dall's porpoise for the Penn Cove Wharf Exhibit - click to view enlargement illustration of humpback whale skeleton for Whale Center of New England - click to view enlargement cover of 'Harpoon into the heart of Whaling', for which Uko provided the illustrations - click to view enlargement IFAW Stellwagen Bank Sanctuary guide - click to view enlargement laminated field guide, Penguins from around the World - click to view enlargementillustrations for Ranger Rick article on  Irrawaddy dolphins - click to view enlargement illustration for Nature article on orcas - click to view enlargement illustration for the Whale Trail signs - click to view enlargement illustration for the Ecomare Whale Hall - click to view enlargement Killer Whales, Ecotypes and Forms - click to view enlargement 'Whales of the World' poster - click to view enlargement 'Marine Mammals of British Columbia - click to view enlargement Marine Mammals of the World, Second Edition' - click to view enlargement

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photo of a portion of the Whale Hall exhibit at Ecomore

Illustrations of all species of whales, dolphins, and porpoises (Cetacea), as part of the permanent Whale Hall exhibit at Ecomore, Texel, Holland.

The Whale Hall opened in April of 2014. This exhibit (including the illustration work) was largely funded by the sale of ambergris found in the lower intestines of a sperm whale that stranded on Texel in 2012.

Ecomore:www.ecomare.nl/nl/bezoek-ecomare/aanbevolen/de-walviszaal/.




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