When The Oceania Project began conducting Whale research expeditions in 1989, they needed a logo that captured the essence of their mission, the care and conservation of Cetacea through original research, dissemination of information, education, and networking. To achieve this Stephen focused on presenting the predominant view of Earth, the Pacific Ocean. Drawing attention to this view raises awareness of the ocean’s critical role in the Earth’s ecosystem. The Nautilus, unchanged for more than five hundred million years, was added as a symbol of the ocean’s ancient nature, while also giving it a voice through the shell’s resonance. This logo has since continued to effectively communicate the main objective of the organisation: 'To promote community awareness and co-operation to instigate and maintain the process of rehabilitation, preservation and conservation of Cetacea and the Oceans'.
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