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Fish Love – Lily Loveless (1 of 47)

Fish Love - Lily Loveless (1 of 47)

If there's one thing that's going to cause people to pay attention, it's celebrities taking their clothes off. And so it goes with the Fishlove campaign, which features a series of celebrity portraits with nothing but creatures from the oceans covering their modesty.

The photos are by famous and celebrated photographers including Jillian Edelstein, John Swannell, Denis Rouvre, Alan Gelati, and Rankin and the aim is to raise awareness of unsustainable fishing practices which are having huge and detrimental effects on the world's marine ecosystems.

The celebrities and fish that have taken part since its inception back in 2009 have been manifold. A crab and Terry Gilliam, Gillian Anderson with an eel, Anna Skellern and a pollock, all these and many more are available to buy as portraits.

Each portrait also comes with a sustainability guide to show you how endangered the species (the fish not the celebrity) has become.

If you want to learn more about how you can tailor your fish choices to more sustainable varieties you can find more info here.

Alternatively if you just want to see celebs with no clothes on, check out the gallery above.

See the video below for more on the project.

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