Welcome to our store

To fund the research, outreach, and educational activities The Cephalopod Citizen Science Project is involved with, we need revenue. One of our revenue-making ideas is to engage with artists to use sustainable materials that will come together to make the most amazing cephalopod jewellery. 

We have teamed up with Meredith Price and are delighted to offer many different types of unique jewellery for all you cephalopod lovers out there. Each item is handcrafted, unique, and themed to represent the wonderful animals that are found in your waters.

Unless stated otherwise, 50% of all profits go to the artist, and 50% to The Cephalopod Citizen Science Project. We are a not-for-profit organisation and all money made goes into our research, outreach, and education. 

If would prefer to make a donation then please use our Patreon button above.

If you would like a custom piece made for you or a loved one please do not hesitate to get in touch.

In addition to these fabulous items of jewelry, we have teamed up with other artists who work with paint and pencils.

We are excited to welcome and introduce Julia Thorley - "The Sea Garden"

Living by the sea I'm endlessly inspired every day by the amazing diversity of marine life found around our coastline. I work with a combination of gouache and acrylics to create my illustrations. I love bright colours, small details and want to illustrate as much of our underwater world as I possibly can!

Cephalopods are a beautiful, diverse and very understudied group - I'm working with the Cephalopod Citizen Science Project to help raise funds for research to fill the gaps in knowledge about these beautiful and exceptionally intelligent invertebrates. Squid, cuttlefish, octopuses and nautiluses are some of my absolute favourite creatures to draw with their beautiful patterns and colours - it is an honour to be able to work with the project to help raise awareness about these incredible animals.


In addition, we are super excited to be working with Ruth Ashwell, see her biography below:

My name is Ruth Ashwell, I have lived in Suffolk all of my life and I am 24 years old. I am heavily influenced by the natural world and organic patterns. I am particularly interested in marine wildlife and I love the intricate marks found on cephalopods. My favourite cephalopods are the blue-ringed octopus and the bobtail squid. I wanted to work with the cephalopod citizen science project to raise awareness about these incredible creatures and support their work. I am passionate about sustainability and I ensure my prints are packaged in an environmentally friendly way.