1600 Pandas. The World Tour Continues

By on Thursday, May 8, 2014

In an effort to alert the public to the rapid loss of the panda species, French artist Paulo Grangeon, together with the WWF continue their world tour of ’1600 pandas’ – this week stopping off in 10 Hong Kong.


Each recycled paper animal represents a single member of the species still alive today.


The art intervention raises awareness to the threats from humans, which have left fewer than 1,600 pandas in the wild.


The project was produced in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund, Hong Kong creative space PMQ, and creative studio AllRightsReserved.

via Laughing Squid



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