The smallest of the world’s eight bear species has large claws, heavy paws, and an exceptionally long tongue used to feed on insects and honey.
A handcrafted, interactive piece of artwork celebrating the beauty and vulnerability of the smallest, least well-known and rarest of all the bear species.
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.
This print protects the sun bear, with 20% of the sale proceeds going directly to the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre (BSBCC); the only sun bear conservation centre in the world.
This Sun Bear screen print has been designed and hand-printed by Ed and James in a limited edition of 40 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 seven-layer screen print is comprised of six layers of water based pigment ink, finished with one layer of phosphorescent ink.