Art Unique
“The Blue Marlin Series”

DriscollBy John Driscoll, Wildlife Artist and Capt. Chip Berry, Ocean Cartographer

The Blue Marlin is the ultimate pelagic game fish that hunts the Gulfstream waters off the southeast US coast. There is no blue water species that will match its majesty, beauty and grace. Wildlife artist, John Driscoll has captured this intimately in an original fine art painting in absolute stunning detail! Depicting the predator/prey relationship with a pod of flying fish, Driscoll’s work has captured this setting in a unique way by presenting this on the detailed 8 map regions provided by Capt. Chip Berry, Maps Unique.

The “Blue Marlin series”—the product

A very limited edition acrylic painting of a Blue Marlin w/ a flying fish pod geographically placed on the 8 different deep sea fishing maps that Maps Unique produces for the southeast coast.

Each print is an archival-quality fine art reproduction using fade resistant pigment based inks produced by Canon’s 12 color Lucia ink system on 100% acid-free premium archival matte paper or canvas. Canvas prints are hand stretched on 5/8 inch wooden stretcher bars by craftsmen, not machines, for a professional look that cannot be mass produced. They are UV coated and come ready to hang with hardware already installed for you. Each limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Paper options are ready to frame at the user’s discretion. Price includes shipping for all products.

Product options

Canvass (2 options)—limited edition of 100, each signed and numbered by the artist. A certificate of authenticity is provided for each. Price includes shipping:

  1. 28 x 48 canvass—— 779.00
  2. 18 x36 canvass——- 579.00

Paper (2 options)—Limited edition of 100 for larger size and open edition for smaller edition.

  1. 18 X36 paper— ready to frame – 279.00 (signed, limited edition of 100, plus a certificate of Authenticity)
  2. 12 X 24 paper— ready to frame—179.00 ( open numbered edition but signed by the artist)

** Driscoll’s original art can be viewed at You can also review the original Blue Marlin art, which is available for purchase.

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