The Endangered Species Prints

Oddly enough, I first noticed The Endangered Species Print Project because their logo related to the "trees on turtle shells" post I had written a while back. The project is a collaboration between artists Jenny Kendler and Molly Shafer. It's a pretty clever idea - they release a limited edition of prints of an endangered specie, the number of prints corresponds with the number of remaining plants or animals. The money from each print is donated to an organization that is dedicated to protecting the survival of that species. Check out some of the great artwork you can buy to help their cause...

Golden-Crowned Sifaka by Jerstin Crosby
population in the wild: 1000
Madagascar Fish-Eagle by Matt Adrian
population in the wild: 222

Amur Leopard by Jenny Kendler
population in the wild: 45

Vancouver Island Marmot by Molly Shafer
population in the wild: 140


Panamanian Golden Frog by Jenny Kendler
population in the wild: 100

Seychelles Sheath-Tailed Bat by Molly Shafer
population in wild: 37

Indri Lemur by Jenny Kendler
population in wild: 1000