An interactive print series raising awareness of some of the world’s most endangered and vulnerable animals.

Our limited edition screen prints are a hand-crafted celebration of species from across the globe with a powerful underlying message. Under UV light the phosphorescent skeleton is exposed; all that remains when a species falls into the darkness of extinction.

Limited edition & hand made

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We donate 20% of proceeds towards

Dedicated Charities

We donate 20% of our print proceeds to our chosen ‘on-the-ground’ charities, each dedicated to saving a specific species.

We believe in more than just ‘raising awareness’ of endangered species, we believe in taking action, positive change and education.

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Image courtesy of Bornean Orangutan Survival
Our Mission

Our mission is to use fresh and playful design to engage, educate and promote the work of grassroots charities dedicated to protecting vulnerable animal populations.

Our mission
Brothers by nature

Under the Skin was launched by designer duo and brothers Ed & James Harrison. The project began as a means to celebrate the natural world that they both love and enjoy together recreationally.

Our Story

Brothers by design, brothers by nature Our Story

Our Process

From illustration to print, every print has a story Our Process
Articles & adventures from our

Field Journal

Albatross Courtship: Process Film

Our latest print celebrates the Wandering Albatross, an iconic seabird that mates for life. Luke Ripley has created an intimate handheld film that captures the whole creative process behind our screenprints – from the initial sketches all the way to the finished screenprint.

Posted in Print Lab

Under the skin of bears

With many bear species under threat, understanding the lives of these amazing apex predators is an important step towards protecting them from extinction.

Posted in Nature School
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It’s surely our responsibility to do everything within our power to create a planet that provides a home not just for us, but for all life on Earth.

Sir David Attenborough, Planet Earth II Finale