International conservation charity Space for Giants is releasing two new limited editions from world-famous photographers David Yarrow and Adrian Steirn as part of its Art for Nature campaign.
The detrimental effects of COVID-19 have had a devastating effect on our collective health and our economy. Scientific consensus points to an illegally trafficked pangolin in a wildlife market as the source of this deadly disease. Poaching and wildlife trafficking has significantly risen in 2020 as people turn to illegal methods of generating income. The criminals behind the illegal wildlife trade must be stopped.
By buying a powerful work of art and donating to their cause, you can support Space for Giants to take on these wildlife criminals and stop the trade. With your support we can and will succeed for the sake of all life on earth.
Available from 10th November to 8th December only, 100% of the profits of the Art for Nature sales will be used by Space for Giants to empower frontline law enforcers and prosecutors to create a major deterrent for wildlife criminals in the 10 African and Asian countries most affected by the illegal wildlife trade.
Buy now to support our world and our wildlife.
About Space for Giants
Space for Giants is an international conservation charity that protects Africa’s remaining natural ecosystems and the wildlife they contain while bringing major economic and social value to local communities and national governments.
It is headquartered in Kenya, works in nine countries in Africa, and is registered as a charity in the UK and a 501c3 non-profit in the US.
HENI Leviathan will donate 100% of profits from this promotion to Space for Giants, a registered charity (charity number “1159227”). The amount donated from each sale is expected to be at least US$487.50 including VAT for an individual print and US$877.50 including VAT for a pair purchased together.
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Space for Giants
61.8 x 76.2 cm Printed on Fuji Archival DP II Matt Digitally signed and numbered
About David Yarrow
The Glaswegian David Yarrow is recognised as one of the leading fine art photographers of the animal and human worlds. Yarrow’s black and white photographs capture with freshness and creativity the awe‐inspiring beauty of subjects like galloping zebras, marching penguins and intimate portraits of lions, giving viewers front row seats into the elegant and violent scenes that unfold. As such, his work is considered by critics as a powerful fusion of the compositional precision of Ansel Adams, the documentary knowledge of David Attenborough and the visual drama of Ridley Scott. Yarrow also maintains that philanthropy and conservation remain central to his documentary practice, and in 2019 alone the charitable donations from the sale of his evocative and immersive images exceeded $3 million.
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50.8 x 76.2 cm Printed on Fuji Archival DP II Silk Digitally signed and numbered
About Adrian Steirn
Based in South Africa, for a decade the Australian photojournalist and filmmaker Adrian Steirn has emotively interpreted Africa and its people through his own lens. He promotes engagement with wildlife conservation by instigating discussion and encouraging action regarding big issues like poaching; through his exceptionally powerful images he highlights the great elegance and tender fragility of the animals. Such is accomplished through storytelling, a central element of Steirn’s work which he practices through portraiture. He has captured traditional portraits of inspiring people like Nelson Mandela, however Steirn’s formal innovations include utilising the portrait lens for his animal subjects, consequently capturing remarkably intimate and deeply emotive photographs of the undeniably beautiful animals that inhabit the continent.