Encyclopedia of fish
Atlantic cod, the Gadidae family. It is a beautiful, dark green or brown fish with small mottled spots. Cod has a chin barbel that serves as an organ of smell and touch and helps the fish to find food on the bottom of the sea. The barbel is used in the sign of the fish and its name as the main distinguishing element.
Atlantic haddock, the Gadidae family. It is the closest relative of cod. Haddock lives at the surface of the sea at night and deep in the sea during the day time. It has dark spots on both sides of the body that remind a thumbprints. These spots help the fish to recognize each other and gather in large shoals. The same spot is used in the sign of the fish and in its name.
Greenland halibut, the Pleuronectidae family. Halibut is a bottom fish that lives at the depth of 200-1000 m. It has a flat and oval shape as a result of the pressure of water. Such a shape helped halibut to adapt to the pressure of the ocean. Arcs that create a circle are visual DNA of the halibut.
Catfish Spotty, the Pimelodidae family. Catfish has powerful jaws. It twists like a snake and lives at the depths of the sea where it attacks large crabs. Its main attributes are sinuosity and extremely strong jaws which are expressed by the graphic elements in its name and sign.
Pacific herring, the Herring family. It is one of the fastest fish and develops its speed up to 50 km per hour. They create large round shoals and can change their directions in a second due to the flexibility of each of the fish. The essence of herring is in a simple curved line.
Redfish, the Sebastidae family. It is a very active predator that always searches for food. It can open its mouth widely. The color of the fish becomes bright red during the period when it eats shrimps. The behavior and visual characteristics of the fish are reflected in the sign and its name.
Commander squid, the Gonatidae family. It is like a jet engine. Squid snaps fish using its tentacles. It can develop its speed up to 30 km per hour and moves in both of the directions without turning around. Squid is created by nature on the principle of an aerodynamic pipe that is reflected in its sign and name.
Atlantic mackerel, the Mackerel family. The fish always lives in shoals and never stops. Its shape that is streamlined and with spoilers on the tail is designed for developing high speed. The visual system of mackerel is built on smooth and sliding lines that reveal its abilities and character.
Pacific pollock, the Gadidae family. It is a beautiful fish with a dark olive back and spots running from head to tail in longitudinal rows or chains. Pollock lives in shoals which might weigh up to 20 tons and uses its camouflage evolutionarily developed on the body for hiding. We camouflaged the sign and the name of pollock so that to continue the idea of the nature.