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Arno Elias Giraffe Duet, Samburu, Kenya

Arno Elias Giraffe Duet, Samburu, Kenya is an archival pigment print mounted on Sintra and hand embellished with paint, gold and silver leaf, and diamond dust.  It is signed, titled, dated, and numbered on the back from the edition of 12. Founded by Artist and Photographer Arno Elias, I’m Not a Trophy is an organization that is dedicated to creating greater awareness for the rapid extinction of endangered species around the world that believes in saving and protecting the future of wildlife.

Silently going extinct, Giraffes are the world’s tallest and most gentle giant. Towering over African’s plains, giraffes are social peaceful animals and are a necessary tourist attraction and economic drawcard. The 2,000-pound, 20-foot-tall giant with hooves the size of dinner plates, can deliver a damaging kick. These long-necked megafaunas have been silently racing to extinction largely because they draw little global attention compared to the other dwindling species. The Giraffe tail is desired for a good luck charm. The head and skin are removed from the giraffe to display as an exotic trophy. The price of trophy giraffe kill can cost from $1,800-$3,800.

Title

Giraffe Duet, Samburu, Kenya

Medium

Archival Pigment Print

Year

2017

Edition

12

Signature

Signed, titled, dated, numbered

Size 31 x 41 (in)
79 x 104 (cm)
Price Price on Request
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Arno Elias Giraffe Duet, Samburu, Kenya is an archival pigment print mounted on Sintra and hand embellished with paint, gold and silver leaf, and diamond dust.  It is signed, titled, dated, and numbered on the back from the edition of 12. Founded by Artist and Photographer Arno Elias, I’m Not a Trophy is an organization that is dedicated to creating greater awareness for the rapid extinction of endangered species around the world that believes in saving and protecting the future of wildlife.

Silently going extinct, Giraffes are the world’s tallest and most gentle giant. Towering over African’s plains, giraffes are social peaceful animals and are a necessary tourist attraction and economic drawcard. The 2,000-pound, 20-foot-tall giant with hooves the size of dinner plates, can deliver a damaging kick. These long-necked megafaunas have been silently racing to extinction largely because they draw little global attention compared to the other dwindling species. The Giraffe tail is desired for a good luck charm. The head and skin are removed from the giraffe to display as an exotic trophy. The price of trophy giraffe kill can cost from $1,800-$3,800.

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Title

Giraffe Duet, Samburu, Kenya

Medium

Archival Pigment Print

Year

2017

Edition

12

Signature

Signed, titled, dated, numbered

Size 31 x 41 (in)
79 x 104 (cm)
Price Price on Request