For three days, steel was made red-hot, hammered, pulled, turned or simply forged with immense force during “Kieler Schmiedetreff”. Fish, clams, jellyfish, crabs and even a seahorse were created under the forgers' own initiative. Together with three-metre-high water plants, forged in advance, a unique steel sculpture was created, which lovingly emulates the interaction of the underwater world. The Schönberg-based artists chose hot-dip galvanizing to give the delicate Sea Creatures lasting protection from corrosion. The team at ZINKPOWER Schönberg were faced with a challenge.