THE ENDANGERED SPECIES PRINT PROJECT
Project GeorgePHILIPPINE CROCODILEGUAM MICRONESIAN KINGFISHERLAKESIDE DAISYRED WOLF #1RED WOLF #2VAQUITANORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALE
WHOOPING CRANESUMATRAN TIGERMOLDAVIAN MEADOW VIPERCALIFORNIA CONDORDWARF TROUT LILYJAVAN RHINOCEROSHAWAIIAN MONK SEALGOLDEN-CROWNED SIFAKAMADAGASCAR FISH-EAGLEAMUR LEOPARDVANCOUVER ISLAND MARMOTPANAMANIAN GOLDEN FROG
SEYCHELLES SHEATH-TAILED BATINDRI LEMUR
We are days away from dropping new ESPP prints!
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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!

The Endangered Species Print Project was initiated by artists Jenny Kendler and Molly Schafer in 2009 from a simple but novel idea: to create art prints of endangered species with limited editions to mirror the small number of individuals remaining in the wild. Proceeds benefit each animal or plant represented in a print. For example, the Seychelles Sheath-tailed bat is critically endangered with only 37 individuals remaining, so the print-run is limited to 37 prints.

Today, ESPP has raised $13,000 for conservation with 27 prints by 16 different artists.

All contributing artists donate their time and finished work to bring attention to the extinction crisis. Thanks to their efforts, ESPP has been included in ten international exhibitions, and featured in publications including the Sierra Club’s blog and Orion Magazine.