These three drawings were donated to the #sketchforsurvival auction to raise money to protect endangered wildlife.
As part of the #Marineecosystemdiaries I donated this illustration for the project.
I donated six illustrations to Blue Ocean Watch for their merchandising.
From August 2019 until November 2020 I volunteered for Blue Ocean Watch. During that time I was the social media strategist, created several illustrations for their merchandising and prepared design presentations for events or fundraising. I also created the illustrations for the short film 'The Song of Life of the Ocean' to raise awareness of noise pollution.
All this work was in-kind donations.
For the #Marineecosystemdiaries I donated the 'Mangrove' illustration, which was displayed for the month of July 2021. I also helped to set up the graphic design for The Marine Ecosystem Diaries infographics, which explores 9 different marine ecosystems, from coral reefs to polar seas. The project is part of The Marine Diaries’ larger work to develop ocean literacy materials for NGOs, non-profits, and other institutions to aid the education of the public.
In 2020 and 2021 I supported the Sketch for Survival exhibition by Explorers Against Extinction by donating 5 of my illustrations. Sketch for Survival is a global art initiative in aid of conservation. Sketch for Survival has donated over $250,000 USD to frontline conservation projects and has proved to be an effective way to raise awareness about a whole range of global issues, from the Illegal Wildlife Trade to Climate Change and habitat loss.
In the summer of 2020 I was approached by Shark Guardian about supporting their 'Stop Shark Finning' campaign. I created several illustrations to motivate people to sign the petition to get over 100.000 signatures to ask the British Parliament to ban the import and export of shark fins. The petition reached over 100.000 signatures and today the U.K. has banned the import and export of shark fins. I'm very proud having been part of that team.
Shark & British Flag made from Blood. I created several illustrations to help the 'Stop Shark Finning' petition.
What happens to the shark once we take the fin? My illustration for Shark Guardian to help to get over the 100.000 signatures.
The petition in 2020 was successful and got 115,383 signatures.
2021: The UK bans the import and export of shark fins.
Shark & EU STAR made from blood. To support the
STOP FINNING –STOP THE TRADE European Citizens’ Initiative.
There's still time to vote, please take a few seconds and use your voice. Vote here.
What happens to the shark once we take the fin? I reshared this illustration for the 'Stop Finning EU campaign' and it went viral. But unfortunately not enough to help to get all the votes.
I donated 10 of these limited edition prints to Shark Guadian.
100% profit goes to Shark Guardians educational programme.
There are only a few left, you can buy the print here.
I created this logo for my friend Forbi Perise. Who is a role model in fighting plastic pollution in Cameroon. We are also trying to create and set up a library for underprivileged kids. More here.
I sold this painting and all profits went to support Secours Populaire, which is a non-profit making association declared to be a great National cause.