This high-quality giclee print of the unique looking starfish first appeared in the Ernst Haeckel’s Kunstformen der Natur (Art Forms of Nature) which was published in 1904. The starfish is one of the instantly recognized inhabitants of the sea. With over 1500 species that occur on the sea beds, from the tropics all the frigid waters of the North, starfish are everywhere, even at depths that see no sunlight. One of the most popular souvenirs, the starfish is appealing with its symmetrical shape and unique coloring. The proportional nature of this star, depicted on this vintage print, will bring the hues of the sea to any space. Moreover, it will be a great conversation starter, as starfish are incredibly interesting, with their ability to regrow lost body parts on one hand, and their unusual ability to expel foreign objects from their bodies.