Our prints celebrate the biodiversity of species and support grassroots charities who are dedicating their lives to saving animals from falling into the darkness of extinction.
From the largest african elephants to the nearly invisible fairy shrimp, our planet’s staggering range of biodiversity – which took 4 billion years to evolve – is disappearing at an alarming rate.
The world’s 7.6 billion people represent just 0.01% of all living things. Yet since the dawn of civilisation, humanity has caused the loss of 83% of wild mammals and half of plants, with the endangered species list doubling in the past decade.
Extinction is a growing possibility for countless animals. For some it has already become a reality, but for many, it’s not too late.
It’s time to make a change.
Habitat loss, overfishing, poaching, global warming and ocean plastics are taking their toll on our environment. The risks faced by many animals is growing in urgency, and with just a quick glance at the endangered species list, it’s easy to lose hope.
However, to lose hope would be to undermine the efforts made by grassroot organisations in the continued protection of vulnerable animal populations around the world.
For the first time in over a century, amur tiger populations are on the rise. The European bison is once again roaming continental Europe. The giant panda has found its way off the endangered species list and mountain gorillas have recently been moved from critically endangered to endangered.
Conservation efforts appear to be paying off as hundreds of species are being saved from extinction, and we believe many more can be brought back from the brink.
Through our printmaking, we are promoting the work of grassroot charities who are focused on supporting some of the most vulnerable animals across the globe. These charities are the ones who are actively making a difference.
We research and carefully consider each species-specific charity, to ensure 20% of print proceeds directly go towards the protection of the animal.Meet Our Charities
Today, designers have the power to visually communicate meaningful and relevant messages to a global audience in fresh and engaging ways.
We want our prints to keep the natural curiosity that we all had as children alive, and spark public interest in the growing threats leading to the decline of endangered species. We hope this project will inspire others to use their own passion, time, and skills (whatever they might be) to create positive change in the world.Our Story
Our ultimate aim is for this ongoing collection of prints to be a celebration of these magnificent animals, rather than a catalogue of what has been destroyed.
No matter the size or species, each animal is treated with the same artistry and careful craftsmanship, because each and every animal plays a vital role in their habitat.Explore Our Prints
We are by no means experts in the field of conservation. We are simply using this project to collaborate with others and educate ourselves on the topic, whilst raising awareness. It can be overwhelming at times, but our research and charity partnerships fuel our mission: to share our message through not only our print series, but also our journal, films, books, talks and events.
Our lifelong venture as brothers has only just begun, we thank you for your continued support and hope you join us as we strive to make positive change for both animals and plants across the globe.Stay Up to Date
Guilt and fear are less effective calls to arms than wonder and love of the natural world.
Elizabeth Kolbert, Author of The Sixth Extinction