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'Butterfly Lover', Limited Edition of 20 prints by Jane Lee McCracken. 

‘Butterfly Lover’, 2014 black and neon orange biro drawing.

Amoy has survived and thrived under the protection of the Tigress Warriors and grown into the most magnificent male tiger that ever lived in China. He rolls on his back in the sunshine and plays with butterflies. Softly the music of the ‘Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto’ drifts over him and turns into musical notes glistening on his sleek fur. Then, the butterflies begin to transform and suddenly the beautiful face of Zhu Yingtai appears on the wings of the first butterfly. Amoy is so entranced by her beauty, he begins to dream of a mate. All of a sudden, the face of the most beautiful tigress he could ever imagine emerges on the wings of the second butterfly. Zhu Yingtai and Liang Shanbo, the ‘Butterfly Lovers’, begin to appear on his fur. Amoy smiles, he rolls over and dreams of his mate and the survival of his species, and continues to play with butterflies. 

'Butterfly Lover' is the second Biro drawing in the diptych 'South China Tiger'. The original was donated to save wild tigers by Jane Lee McCracken for our Mango Tree dinner auction. See of Janes tiger legend at:

A series of Luxury Limited Edition 20 signed prints are available to buy on Jane's website with ALL profits from each print sold donated to Save Wild Tigers.

Price: £225 inclusive P&P. To find out more or to buy please follow this link -


3,200 Tigers Left In The Wild by AP.

80 x 40 cm Limited Edition Giclee Print on acid-free acrylic paper, 300 g.s.m.  Issued by Happenstance Gallery, Unit 22, 5 Fountayne Road, London N15 4QL. Price: £95

Originally a large (180 x 100 cm) mixed-media piece made with hand cut rubber stamp and acrylic on canvas, ''3200 Tigers Left In The Wild'' is an optical art work in which you can see, when you look up close,  3200 individual tiger faces poignantly illustrating the desperate plight of wild tigers on earth today. When you look from a distance the 3200 tiger faces merge to form the image of a single beautiful tiger.

These high-resolution limited edition giclee prints reproduce the colour and vibrancy of the original piece at a tenth of the orginal price. 50% of the sale will be donated to Save Wild Tigers. To find out more or to buy, please visit the Happenstance Gallery website -

AP is an Eastern European female mixed-media artist based in London. She specialises in optical art constructions and paper cuts and is particularly focused on raising awareness of and challenging our perspective on wildlife and environmental issues. AP is also a curator and director of Happenstance Gallery & Framing.

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Nightwatch FieldCandy Tiger Inspired Tent.


Say goodbye to predictable tents and embrace a bit of fun whilst helping a great cause with the latest FieldCandy offering - a stunning jungle inspired tent designed exclusively for Save Wild Tigers. Whether you're heading for a weekend music festival with your mates or taking the family for a week long adventure, look no further than 'Nightwatch' to be one step ahead in the camping style stakes this year. 

Based on a painting by the 2012 BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year Finalist, Claudia Hahn, Nightwatch is available for £595 inc VAT. *All profits raised from Nightwatch will go directly to Save Wild Tigers.

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