Six large sculptures of broken human faces form an underwater museum built by British sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor off the coast of Cannes, France.
The museum is located next to the island of Sainte-Marguerite and its goal is to attract more underwater people to participate in marine life.
The site of The Underwater Museum of Cannes was chosen for its shallow depth and clear waters that ensure optimal conditions for snorkelling.
However, it also presented the opportunity to alleviate local pollution as, prior to the project, the water was littered with disused marine infrastructure.