EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW OF NEW COLLECTION FEATURED ON NATURE NEEDS MORE BLOG
From the blog: There is a group of men in the world who have the potential to influence the primary users of rhino horn, driving the current rhino killing spree, to change their consuming behaviour. These men probably don’t know that they have the power to do this and, even if they do, it is critical that they understand how.
We have joined forces with an amazing young artist, who cares passionately about animals and the natural world, Nayana: https://www.lobokingofcurrumpaw.com
Nayana has brought his incredible talent and Breaking The Brand has contributed our research and knowledge of the users of rhino horn. As a result, Nayana is in the process of creating his next collection, which he launched a preview of last week at a TEDTalk in South Dakota. Breaking The Brand is able to bring you a sneak peek of some of Nayana’s preliminary work.
We ask the men featured in this oncoming collection to pick up the phone to influential men in Viet Nam and ask for their help to break the brand of rhino horn in Viet Nam and save this wonderful creature from extinction in the wild.
Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks.
To read the blog in full and see the exclusive preview:
Rapid City, South Dakota. USA
It was an honor to share the stage with such talented, revolutionary and intelligent individuals, was deeply moved and inspired by their stories and wouldn't have picked anywhere else in the world to give my first Tedx talk, Angel and I are sincerely grateful for the opportunity, Thank you.
And Thank you Cindy Dunne and Autumn White Eyes for the preparatory process. And Thank you Andres Gallardo for putting me on!
📸 @indigenestudios @angelwhiteeyes
Rapid City, South Dakota
I M M O R T A L S
W O L F G A N G
Angel during rehearsals, October 12th, Photo Credit - Angel White Eyes
Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, strike like a thunderbolt.
The Art of War
I M M O R T A L S
Immediately after we completed our speech on stage, October 14th, 2017
Long Island, New YorkUSA
November 12, 2016
The iceberg that sunk the Titanic....
Even though it all went wrong, I stand before the lord of song with nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah....
Santa Fe, New Mexico
With thanks to Laura Eaton of Defenders of Wildlife Southwest, and Rebecca for purchasing the original painting "A Wolf's kept fed on his feet"
Met the Mayor of Santa Fe, Javier M Gonzales, at the private solo exhibition of my work at Defenders of Wildlife Southwest office opening event
October 28th 2016
Check out Huffington Post’s ongoing compendium, “If This Art Could Vote,” a collection of political art which includes work from Lobo’s latest piece, FDT.
Completed in 3 Days, this oil painting addresses the current political landscape of 2016, expresses the plight of the Dakota Pipeline Protestors who have often been overlooked in the media, the importance of water and the frequency of oil spills. Donald Trump is an investor in the Pipeline, and rejects climate change outright.
The most important issue facing our species, which was overlooked in all three presidential debates, this piece focuses on this crucial aspect of the presidential election, to send a clear and strong message; Fxck Donald Trump!
National Threatened Species Day
7th September 2000
Kids have their say! Hands on for Habitat Awards National Threatened Species Day
Children's Quotes from the National Poster Competition
A bilby is one of my favourite threatened species because he's a cute little thing and needs protecting so he doesn't become extinct. He lives in Australia in the bush but is very hard to find as they are very timid.
Zak Hardinge, Kingston QLD
These wallabies [yellow-footed rock wallaby] are endangered because of predation by foxes and competition with feral goats, which eat its food and sometimes force it out of its home. By losing the yellow-footed rock wallaby we are losing one of the outback's precious jewels.
Nayana Rathmalgoda, 11 years, Palmerston ACT
I like the Australian Numbat because it has a nice complexion with white stripes
My favourite threatened species is the Kowari. I like the Kowari because it's a quite, small, peaceful animal.
Belinda Joyce Daley
My favourite species is the blue whale and it is a beautiful and harmless animal.
My favourite species is the Regent Honey Eater. It is my favourite because it has beautiful feathers.
Alice Bopf, QLD
It would be terrible to think that this adorable little animal (bilby) one-day might not be seen in the Australian bush again.
Gemma Ripper, 11 years, NSW
It's a new millennium, lets start afresh....help save the animals!!
Hamish Townsend, NSW