BUSINESS: Suppliers Costa's Fish Art Is Literally a Sight to See By Deirdre Carroll Friday, May 23, 2014 12:00 PM DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.—Costa has debuted three new Fish Art sculptures, a Bluefin Tuna, a Bonefish and a Steelhead, made entirely out of sunglass parts. The three new pieces of are join the Bass, Dorado, Marlin, Sailfish and Tarpon sculptures as part of the brand’s Fish Art collection. Plans have already been made to utilize the new sculptures for conservation. Previously donated Fish Art sculptures, like the Marlin, raised $10,000 for The Billfish Foundation. The Tarpon sculpture was donated to IGFA Hall of Fame, the Bass resides with the creative agency responsible for the design, and the Sailfish and Dorado are living at Costa's HQ, based here. Additional video and imagery updates will be shared on Costa's Facebook page and on their Twitter feed: @CostaSunglasses. To create the Bluefin Tuna more than 1,500 lenses were used and Costa's Tuna Alley style is prominently featured. For the Bonefish, 202 lenses were used, as was Costa's Fantail style, and for the Steelhead, 438 lenses were used and Costa's Hamlin style id the featured frame. For more on what the process of making one of the sculptures entails check out the video.