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ART. CONSERVATION. HOPE.

Raising awareness about the extinction crisis through art and design

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The Endangered Species Print Project brings you fine art prints from independent artists who are not only inspired by nature but are using their talents to aid conservation.

Our limited-edition prints of critically endangered species are printed with archival inks onto paper made from bamboo, a renewable resource. Each print is editioned to the number of individuals remaining in the wild, for example only 45 Amur Leopards remain in the wild so we have only printed 45 of our Amur Leopard prints.  When you purchase an ESPP print 50% of the sales price is donated to conservation efforts supporting the plant or animal in your print.

 

A Malayan tapir and calf by artist Alexis Trice surrounded with florals. A portion of the sales of this print are donated to the conservation work of Tapir Specialist Group

A Malayan tapir and calf by artist Alexis Trice surrounded with florals. A portion of the sales of this print are donated to the conservation work of Tapir Specialist Group

Back in 2009 two artists started the Endangered Species Print Project as a way to use our artistic talents to directly support conservation efforts and biodiversity on Planet Earth.  Along the way other artists have joined us to create artwork for the project. To date we have raised over $14,000. for endangered species conservation.

The ESPP prints have been exhibited in multiple exhibitions around the country including the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago and Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art.

ESPP is committed to preserving our values in our process.  All materials used are high-quality archival materials, in the highest post-consumer recycled percentage available. Prints are printed on bamboo paper. Information about the species, artist, and conservation project your print supports is included with each print.