A starving polar bear | Drawing United

A starving polar bear

This campaign, The Melting of The Poles, aims at putting in the spotlight the issue of the reduction, each year, of the ice sheet covering the Artic ocean which jeopardises the survival of animal species such as polar bears.

It will also highlight how faster the Antartica has been melting in the recent years and what does that mean for all of us.

This campaign will bring you the facts about these issues as well as giving you concrete and immediate actions you can take to be part of the much needed collective effort to tackle them.

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The facts



£90 is what Pierrick’s awesome featured print will cost you but above all what will be given to his chosen charity – Greenpeace.

Here is what Pierrick has to say about it all –

“Greenhouses gases are a real issue to tackle climate change and has an already visible effect – the Poles are melting.

Reducing your meat consumption, switch to electric cars or just switch off your computer overnight will make a difference.

I support Greenpeace in their relentless green watch over governments and corporations and their fight to preserve our wildlife and environement”



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You are welcome to come collect the artwork or product you buy from us from our studio in Stoke Newington, London.

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IF YOU FEEL CONCERNED BY THIS ISSUE, Pierrick Sénélaer is highlighting in this campaign, show your support by buying the featured artwork


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