Endcount is a new and exciting collaboration between two Sydney-based artists/designers, Lily Perthuis and Joe Bramwell-Smith who have mutual interests in the worlds of contemporary art and nature conservation.
The Endcount project weaves together important conservation messages using a highly innovative approach that results in physical art works.
It covers a series of high-profile creatures that range from vulnerable to critically endangered on the IUCN redlist such as the giant panda and the Sumatran tiger. Each animal image is made up from a number of smaller images equalling the total number left in the wild.
This unique collaboration combines the textures, vibrant colours of paint on canvas with highly detailed digital and printed vector illustrations powered by data driven algorithms.
About the artists
Lily Perthuis is a French born artist, designer and illustrator living in Australia since 2004. Her skills include UX, illustration, producer, design, storytelling, editorial, multimedia and art.
Joe Bramwell-Smith is an English born developer, digital strategist and product manager and has lived in Australia since 2003. His skills include software development, web design, digital art, product management, digital strategy and marketing.
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