It’s our first chance here in Brighton to see work from the first solo exhibition of brothers Ed & James Harrison, founders of ‘Under The Skin’, raising awareness of the plight of some of our planet’s most endangered species in this conversation-starting showcase.
Each hand-crafted piece of art in the exhibition unveils under UV light (it comes with a UV torch when you purchase), the skeleton of it’s animal subject; a harrowing reminder of what we’ll be left with if the species is claimed by extinction.
This event is your chance to view a range of extremely limited edition works, each one hand-printed on carbon neutral paper, and also see the launch of their short film which lifts the lid on both their creative process and some of the action supported by ‘Under the Skin’, who collaborate with world-renowned organisations including but not limited to Sea Shepherd, RSPB, Global Wildlife Conservation, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, Birdlife International, Pandas International and the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation.
This is a great opportunity to gain more awareness and join in with the conversation around the climate crisis and the work happening to protect endangered species on our beautiful planet.
Info: Each print comes with a UV torch, maker’s booklet, charity card and printed media.
For more info visit onca.org.uk