Publisher of fine art prints collaborates with global environmental charity, Conservation International in a move to promote sustainability in licensing.
This collaboration sees the introduction of 12 limited edition prints from world renowned artists and photographers, released over the course of one year. Strictly limited to 25 copies per edition, all revenue from this exclusive collection will be donated to Conservation International.
Conservation International spotlight and secure the critical benefits that nature provides to humanity. Since their inception, they have helped protect more than 6 million square kilometres (2.3 million square miles) of land and sea across 70 countries.
Executive chairman of Rosenstiels, David Roe said, “As part of our celebrations for the 140th anniversary of Rosenstiels, we decided to make a substantial commitment and contribution towards protecting our environment by partnering with Conservation International. Our aim is to spread awareness of the environmental threats to our planet, and what we as a global community can do to help.” The latest to be released in the series is a print by British pop artist Deborah Azzopardi entitled `Mother Earth`.
Deborah Azzopardi said: “This was an opportunity to create a visual impact of emotional power that could help to preserve ‘Mother Nature’, and how we can all look after the world for generations to come.”