Marine life has already made itself at home, thriving on the sculptured bodies of Jason deCaires Taylor's "The Silent Evolution."
This untitled figure stands beautifully in the sun's rays as they shine through the water above.
An eerie, overgrown scene awaits at this seemingly abandoned dinner table dubbed "The Last Supper."
Inspired by the artist's grandson, "Diego" is a bright spot among more somber sculptures.
A speaker stands at a podium, perhaps ready to make a statement about contributions to conservation.
Elier Amado Gil's statement-making "Ice Breaker" is surrounded by beautiful fish and sea plants.
The ironic "Inertia" sits still as its surface serves as an ever-changing illustration of thriving marine life.
"Seascape" is a beautifully-designed ring built to host underwater flora.
The haunting "Vein Man" will soon be overtaken by all manner of sea life, transforming into a more uplifting image of bustling life and hope.
Helping hands rise from the ocean floor, ready to extend an invitation to marine creatures needing a home.
Cleverly titled "Urban Reef," this house, complete with bubbling chimney, serves as a unique underwater dwelling.
The enchanting "Ocean Muse" is a calming underwater presence.
Titled "Understanding," men are seated in a circle creating a showstopping sculptural installation and artificial reef.
"Time Bomb," consisting of bombs and mines, makes a strong statement about Earth's environment.
A woman throws her gaze to the sky with intensity and perhaps hopefulness that the sea will once again be reclaimed by its inhabitants.