We self-produced benefit show that harnessed the power of neon to illuminate the endangered animals projected to be extinct within the year due to the consumerism within the fashion, beauty, and decor industries.
A portion of proceeds of all sales benefitted the Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator (BF+DA), a hub for ethical and sustainable fashion resources.
Consisting of five original neon sculptures, an after-dark photo shoot, and a limited edition run of high quality prints; this collection created buzz among animal rights activists and art lovers alike.
We partnered with the artists in residency from Brooklyn based shop, Precision Neon; to showcase pieces created to pay homage to the top most trafficked animals in the world.
The Final Product—
We collaborated with one of our favorite Brooklyn photographers to create visually stimulating imagery that tells the story of how each animal made it to the top of the endangered species list.
Print Photography | Travis Emery Hackett
We hosted over two hundred Brooklyn art fans at the Glasshouse Gallery space in Williamsburg to celebrate our artists and educate our guests about the good work of the BF+DA.
—behind the scenes of the big night