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A Pandemic of Possibilities: Part I

The coronavirus pandemic has swept across the globe and touched every one of us. With humans in lockdown, nature has responded positively to give us a glimpse of what we could experience if we changed our destructive ways. 

The many faces of extinction: why we choose to protect some animals over others

We’ve all seen images of gorillas and jaguars in conversation campaigns, but does our support for these animals mean we’re overlooking the struggles of lesser-known endangered creatures?

The star-crossed love story of the wandering albatross

Wandering albatrosses form lifelong partnerships, but an increasing number of pairs are being torn apart by forces beyond their control. Their happy ending depends on us.

Posted in Species Spotlight

2019 reflections

As we begin 2020, the 'turn of the decade', we look back at ten pivotal moments for Under the Skin throughout the past year.

Elephants are scared of bees and it’s saving their lives

An innovative conservation project harnesses elephants' natural fear of bees to resolve conflict with farmers and help save their lives.

The Sphinx is dead – long live the Sphinx!

Scotland’s perennial snow patches are melting fast. But far from being a niche interest, these thawing snows highlight our changing climate and the challenges humans and wildlife will face in the coming decades.

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

How we created our most technically ambitious screenprint to date

Take a peek into our studio as we unveil our latest endangered animal screenprint, the whooping crane.

Posted in Print Lab

Wading into extinction: help to save America’s tallest bird

While mighty in stature, the whooping crane is incredibly rare, with fewer than 900 individuals alive today. To save these beautiful birds from extinction, drastic action must be taken.

Posted in Species Spotlight

Extinction Rebellion: Wales Rising Up

We take to the streets of Cardiff with Extinction Rebellion to make a stand through non-violent action. We shine a light on the extinction of species and tell the government it's time to deal with a state of climate emergency.