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The Project

The Endangered Species Print Project brings artists and conservation together to create something beautiful.

ESPP offers limited-edition art prints of critically endangered species. The number of prints available depends on the number of individuals remaining in a species. For example, only 45 Amur Leopards remain in the wild so we will only create 45 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

The Endangered Species Print Project brings artists and conservation together to create something beautiful.

ESPP offers limited-edition art prints of critically endangered species. The number of prints available depends on the number of plants or animals remaining in a species.  For example, only 45 Amur Leopards remain in the wild so we will only create 45 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.

Check out the prints to read about each species and why they are endangered. Each ESPP artist has also shared their inspiration for their print. Some artists have a personal connection to a species or habitat, others are awed by an animals' amazing and unique abilities. You can also learn what conservation project is linked to each print and learn more about the conservation organizations we support.

We are 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. Each ESPP print now comes with information about the species. When noted prints come with a signature card.