Prints for Nature is a fine art photographic print sale to help protect our natural world in this critical, defining moment. Eighty-five of the world’s finest photographers working to protect people, wildlife and the environment have generously donated prints for this cause. Created by National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale, this print sale is an independent initiative by some of the most impactful names in the photography industry including Jimmy Chin, Beverly Joubert, Joel Sartore, Jasper Doest, Steve Winter and many more, many of whom are regular contributors to National Geographic Magazine and exhibited in galleries around the world.
One hundred percent of the proceeds will go directly to support Conservation International’s work with those on the front lines protecting our wild lands and our most vulnerable species. The initiative was inspired by a desire to face the current challenges of the pandemic as well as the impacts it is having on both wildlife and the communities protecting them. We no longer have time to wait and believe that by coming together, we can make a small impact and leave a lasting legacy.
The fine art prints are deeply discounted to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy the inspiring work of these artists. The prints will be expertly crafted by the studio of Paper & Ink with Canon’s Lucia Pro archival pigment ink on Canson Infinity Edition Etching Rag 100% cotton archival rag paper. Images will be printed at 11x16 inches and they will sell for $250. The price will increase by 10% for all prints purchased after Black Friday. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a work by some of the world's leading photographers while making a profound difference.
Please visit https://www.printsfornature.com/ to learn more.
Why Conservation International?
Prints for Nature has partnered with an organisation that has the experience and relationships that will give this funding the greatest possible impact. They selected Conservation International having seen their work on the ground and the transformations they have championed for our planet. Approximately 25 percent of the funds they raise go directly to partners. These funds get to hundreds of grassroots organisations and the reach is profound. Virtually all of their field programs are run by in-country nationals and they actively partner with local communities and indigenous people in the design and implementation of their work. Conservation International is also able to leverage limited philanthropic funding to unlock public funding to scale their work. Their work spans across four continents from grasslands to cloud forests, to rainforests, to coral reefs.
100% of the sale’s proceeds will go to Conservation International https://www.conservation.org/