Evermade is proud to be collaborating with WWF on their new series of limited edition art prints. ‘Earth Hour’ is the next instalment of the Evermade Editions print series, with 100% of profits donated to WWF.
Reaching out to multidisciplinary creatives across the globe, Evermade invited the artists to design a print in response to the climate crisis of today. All following the same brief and a uniform circular composition, the result is a beautiful series of 26 large contemporary art print designs.
Launching alongside WWF’s Earth Hour 2020 (Saturday 28 March at 8.30PM), each print is designed to bring creativity to the conversation of conservation.
As with the work of WWF itself, the Earth Hour x Evermade series unites the impacts of individuals to create a collective campaign for change.
With 58% of net sales going to WWF, the amount going to WWF is calculated between Evermade and WWF on a monthly basis.
About WWFWorld Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the world’s leading conservation organisation. Working in over 100 countries, WWF collaborates with people across the globe to develop and deliver innovative solutions that protect communities, wildlife, and the places in which they live.
Evermade EditionsEvermade Editions is a series of limited edition art prints from Evermade. Every instalment features a careful selection of artists, each being dealt the same brief to work from. Which in turn, creates a medley of individual interpretations, with a universal connection.
About Earth Hour
It’s so much more than just turning off the lights
Earth Hour is WWF’s flagship global environmental movement. Born in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour has grown to become one of the world’s largest grassroots movements for the environment, inspiring individuals, communities, businesses and organisations in more than 180 countries and territories to take tangible environmental action for over a decade. Historically, Earth Hour has focused on the climate crisis, but more recently, Earth Hour has strived to also bring the pressing issue of nature loss to the fore. The aim is to create an unstoppable movement for nature, as it did when the world came together to tackle climate change. The movement recognises the role of individuals in creating solutions to the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges and harnesses the collective power of its millions of supporters to drive change.
For more information on Earth Hour please visit www.wwf.org.uk/earthhour
Craig & Karl
Matt Willey & Giles Revell