Lonely Whale


This interactive screenprint celebrates humpback whales, the most energetic of whale species that migrates the world’s oceans, singing iconic vocalizations.

  • 9 layer interactive screen print
  • Limited edition of 120
  • Artwork size: 500 x 700mm
  • Fedrigoni Freelife 350gsm paper
  • 20% goes to the Lonely Whale
  • Gift box containing a framing guide, charity card and ocean postcards.
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This print protects
Our Ocean

A handcrafted, interactive piece of artwork celebrating the beauty and vulnerability of the most energetic of whale species that migrates the world’s oceans.

This unique artwork carries a powerful underlying message; under UV light a phosphorescent skeleton appears, indicating all that remains when a species falls into the darkness of extinction.

Created in exclusive partnership with the Lonely Whale, 20% of proceeds from this print support the Ocean Heroes Network, co-founded by Lonely Whale, empowering youth ages 11-18 to take action against plastic pollution in their communities around the world.

What's in the box?

UV torch – flashlight used to interact with the print and reveal the animal's anatomy.

Thank you card – a personal hand screen printed message from the makers, Ed and James.

Charity card – price breakdown of how use donations to protect the species.

Makers booklet – an editorial publication that shares the working process and story of the brothers.

Framing guide – care instructions of how to best protect your artwork.

Sustainably Screen Printed

This screen print has been designed and hand-printed by brothers Ed and James Harrison in a limited edition of just 120 prints.

They use Fedrigoni’s 350gsm Freelife Cento, a carbon balanced paper which Fedrigoni create in collaboration with The World Land Trust. Numbered and embossed, this interactive nine-layer screen print is comprised of eight layers of water based pigment ink, finished with one layer of phosphorescent ink.

“Through our art, we are giving a voice to the animals that are far too often overlooked and unheard. We hope these prints create a platform that inspires curiosity and moves more people to take action.”

James Harrison, Printmaker & co-founder of Under the Skin