July 21, 2010

Announcing a special triple print release to celebrate ESPP's anniversary!



The tattooed Sumatran Tiger, the elegant Whooping Crane and the totally awesome Moldavian Meadow Viper burst onto the ESPP scene today! Sink your claws into our three new prints before they disappear at EndangeredSpeciesPrintProject.com.

  • The Moldavian Meadow Viper print by ESPP founder Molly Schafer supports The Hungarian Meadow Viper Life Project, which is keeping these amazing snakes from the brink of extinction.
  • The Sumatran Tiger print by Maine artist Alison Wheeler benefits the Sumatran Tiger Trust, which works to preserve these gorgeous beasts in the wild, where only about 350 remain.
  • The Whooping Crane print by ESPP founder Jenny Kendler helps fund Operation Migration. You may have already heard of this amazing organization, which releases captive-bred Whooping Cranes into the wild, and teaches them to migrate using ultralight aircraft!
Excitingly, ESPP's new prints are on a gorgeous and sustainable, art-quality bamboo paper!

As you know, 100% of the proceeds from ESPP print sales go directly to front-lines conservation, so please be generous and purchase some for your family and friends! Because ESPP prints are limited editions based on the populations of the species depicted, some editions are running low already. Be sure not to miss out! 

Can you believe the Endangered Species Print Project is already 1 year old?


Thanks for all your support over the past year!
- Molly Schafer & Jenny Kendler

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