SHOP artworks

Made and printed locally in New South Wales

Paper and ink

We print on acid-free archival cotton rag paper using the latest pigment ink printing technology. That’s what the best art museums use to achieve vibrant colour, brightness, clarity and longevity. 


The Canson paper is 310 gsm which makes for a smooth, matte finish. 


Every digitally printed artwork is signed and numbered by Julie. 


Limited editions

Just like the endangered species these artworks depict, numbers are scarce. 

There are only 25 large prints at 70 x 70 cm (the artwork + a 5cm white border) 

tippo bandicoot gloves

There are only 50 medium-sized prints at 40 x 40 cm (the artwork + a 5cm white border) 



There are no rules, but we think it's important to say that framing is the best way to protect and display your chosen artwork. (And make sure you hang it where it's not in full sun.)


We like to keep it simple, so our framing service offers a standard frame style with three colour choices - oak, dark grey and black. We can also customise framing options.

Unsurprisingly, the COVID-19 pandemic makes it challenging to offer this to customers in some locations. Send us an email if you'd like to make an enquiry about framing your artwork with us. 


Experienced framers can give you good advice on styles and colours for a frame and mountings, so by all means, head to your local people to get your artwork framed.

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Be a part of helping to save our species

ACknowledgement of country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of all the lands on which these threatened species live, and where we live and work.

We recognise their continuing connection to land, water, community and ecology.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.