Climate activism in your home

Inspiration to reimagine the climate crisis

Art for the climate movement

100 mangroves trees planted with each print

Our paper is sourced exclusively from Hahnemühle, the world's most famous papermaker. We use sustainably sourced museum-quality fine art print material (200 gsm). This ensures a smooth, clean finish that is extremely consistent and works perfectly with large illustrations.

We use Giclée fine art printing, renowned for quality and extreme longevity. Giclée prints are displayed in museums, art galleries and private collections due to their rich colour density and 100 year colour guarantee. 

Our frames are individually handmade and fitted by specialist framers, delivered ready to hang. We use FSC certified and 100% acid-free materials and special plexiglass for increased UV protection. These high quality frames ensure the colours stay true. If you choose to frame the image yourself, opt for a high quality frame to avoid the materials damaging the print quality over time. 








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  • Each framed print is handmade to order in one of our print shops
  • We ship from AUS, EU, UK and USA (no customs headaches for you)
  • If your order arrives damaged, we'll replace it for free :)


Beyond planting 100 trees per order, we're as eco friendly as possible! 

Eco-Inks - we use neo pigment, water-based inks which are 100% non-hazardous, toxin-free and vegan friendly while maintaining the highest quality results.

Sustainably sourced Paper and Wood - our materials are FSC-approved, the Forest Stewardship Council. They certify forests meet the highest environmental and social standards.

Local Fulfilment - we work with a network of print labs meaning we print as close to you as possible, reducing international transport related emissions

Plastic-Free and Recycled Content - we avoid using plastics in our products wherever possible and always choose the highest possible recycled content for our packaging. 




Let's Talk Climate

An Economy of False Profits, originally illustrated for an article by Scott Russell Sanders in Notre Dame Magazine. Hanna captures the downstream heartbreak and consequences of our unyielding pursuit for financial wealth at the detriment of all else. 

Sanders elegantly warns against our narrow view of wealth. Arguing instead for a broader definition of our common wealth - the air we breathe, the water we drink, public parks and forests, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas - whatever supports our health, our wholeness, the flourishing of body and mind. 

"By tolerating grotesque inequalities of financial wealth, we are losing a sense of community, the sense that we live in a shared world, bearing responsibility for our places and for one another." 



Hanna Barczyk is a German-born illustrator. Her work is deeply concerned with the conceptual idea of the feminine and all that it embodies, having been described as translating delicate emotions into universal truths.  Barczyk’s work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, Society of News Design, Creative Quarterly and 3 X 3 (magazine of contemporary illustration).

For every print purchased, we work with our partner Eden Reforestation Projects to plant 100 trees on your behalf in Madagascar.

For every print purchased, we work with our partner Eden Reforestation Projects to plant 100 trees on your behalf in Madagascar.

Fights Climate Change

Want carbon capture technology? Look no further than trees. We predominately plant mangroves which store up to four times more carbon than rainforests.

Alleviates Extreme Poverty

Deforestation and a 40 year drought has left 75% of people in Madagascar living under the poverty line.

Planting projects provide a steady stream of income and healthier ecosystems means fisheries, farming and clean water become more readily available. 

How is this affordable?

Good question. In short, planting trees isn't as expensive as you might think. The majority of the trees we plant are mangroves species, which at 3-5 years of age begin to drop propagules. These can then be used to give rise to a new tree. That saves a lot of time and money! Plus, mangroves are planted in marshes which means no holes need to be dug. So the propagules are collected, transported to a deforested area and easily planted into the marshes.

Plus our planting partner, Eden Reforestation Projects, is one of the most cost effective tree planting organisations in the world!

Restores Ecosystems

Both mangroves and dry-deciduous forest trees (the types we plant) act as pioneer species which allow natural regeneration to "kick in". 

Empowers Communities

People who are suffering the impact of deforestation are already living in extreme poverty. Healthier ecosystems means fisheries and farming become a stable food source and cleaner water is more readily available for communities. 

'Employ to plant' also means children are able to go to school for the first time, access to basic healthcare for families and increasingly the formation of micro-enterprises, possible as a result of planters having a stable income.

Have more questions?

Check out our Reforestation page, the FAQ, or feel free to contact us via the chat function or email. We would love to hear from you :)