ESPP's first museum show, Rare Nature, is now on display at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago! The show runs from March 22 through Oct 19, 2014.

Rare Nature and the accompanying exhibit Nature's Struggle: Survival & Extinction are part of Project Passenger Pigeon, a nationwide effort to call attention to the extinction crisis.

Shop the ESPP prints - and keep your eyes open for 4 new prints in November!


The Endangered Species Print Project has raised over $13,000 so far to support biodiversity conservation. Help us reach our new $20k goal by purchasing a print!

ESPP offers limited-edition art prints of critically endangered species, where the number of prints available corresponds with the remaining animal or plant populations. For example, only 45 Amur Leopards remain in the wild, so for this edition, only 45 prints will ever be made.

An organization whose mission is to the ensure the survival of the species depicted, is chosen to receive 100% of the sales price of each print.

ESPP is a project by artists Molly Schafer and Jenny Kendler, who also collaborate with many different artists to create ESPP's unique prints.

Molly & Jenny also created the first series of art for The Endangered Species Condom Project, winner of 2 Addy Awards & featured in the New York Times. Over 450,000 endangered species condoms featuring their artwork have been given out nationwide.