Our lives as humans are bound to the rarely seen and the invisible microscopic life of the ocean. When life in the frigid seas of the Antarctic or the nearby waters of our local shoreline suffers, we suffer, as the oxygen supply of our planet is reduced and the vital food chain is broken. Constructed as nearly abstract paintings, these works invite the viewer to swim with the plankton, the jellyfish, and the krill that make life on our planet sustainable. Raw source material is from Antarctica and the North Atlantic, as well as microscopic captures of plankton from Narragansett Bay, interpreted both digitally and in hand drawings, and combined into digital prints with augmented reality. The works are collaborations between digital artist Cynthia Beth Rubin and Oceanographers in the Menden-Deuer lab at the University of Rhode Island, who gathered the raw imagery from oceans near and far.