A flagship of a new economy, Instinct Project is a demonstration of what tomorrow’s fashion could be: virtuous activism! The concept ? Reversing “copyright” to nature.
Instinct Project aims to bring meaning to fashion, to make known too often unknown species, to blend in their “skin” in a responsible way to protect them in return. Kokoï of Colombia, Madagascar radiated tortoises, Grévy’s zebra, etc, as many endangered species represented through the creations “Specimen”. From creation to manufacturing, Instinct Project makes no concessions. All creations are Jacquard Tencel – the most responsible thread today – and the manufacturing is 100% French. In addition, the brand commits itself by donating 10% of its profits to HISA. To know more : http://www.instinct-project.com/
The 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation, works on all fronts to defend and protect animals and educates new generations to respect animal life. Unique in France in the scope of its actions and its ability to mobilize society to the cause it defends, its field battles and its major awareness campaigns make it a major player in animal welfare. Privileged interlocutor of the public authorities, this foundation contributes – thanks to its expertise – to evolve the legislation in favor of the animals. Its action is not limited to the borders of the hexagon, but also extends abroad, relayed and reinforced by its huge community very mobilized and reactive on social networks.
The foundation supported the HISA’s exhibition, entitled SAUVAGES, which aims to educate the general public about the drama of animal captivity for entertainment purposes. More info on: http://exposauvages.fr
French street artist, A-mo was born in 1982 and he is passionate about nature and animals. The “urban jungle” is its main place of expression and nature its favorite subject. A-MO has developed a very personal technique that consists of painting animals by superimposing tags (stylized signatures). These tags, made mainly with spray paint or marker, overlap like the layers of oil paint of a “classic painting”. The artist calls it “the Paintag”.
Winner of the Vibrations Urbaines 2015 national art competition, A-MO integrates the prestigious private collection of Bernard Magrez in 2016 and multiplies exhibitions and artistic events. Its singular aesthetic, recognizable at first glance, quickly allows the artist to become a rising figure in the street art movement.
Today, A-MO puts its talent to the benefit of HISA’s actions, selling some of its magnificent reproductions, whose entire profits are donated to our projects!
Website : a-mo-art.com
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Instagram : amoarts