Seven World Albatross Day 2020 Posters from Artists & Biologists Unite for Nature are now available electronically for printing


"All for One, One for All - ALBATROSS", by ABUN founder, Kitty Harvill

Seven World Albatross Day 2020 posters designed from ACAP's collaboration with Artists & Biologists Unite for Nature (ABUN) over January and February 2020 are now available for downloading from this website’s ‘World Albatross Day” section accessible from the home page.  Alternatively go directly to the images to obtain free high-resolution versions suitable for printing at A3 size here.

More WAD2020 and related posters by Owen Davey, Michelle Risi and Jamie Watts  (some of which are downloadable at high resolution) can be viewed from here.

Please note all the downloadable electronic poster images are only made available for personal display or for use when engaging in activities that will aid in drawing attention to the conservation crisis faced by the world’s albatrosses.  They may not be used for personal or commercial financial gain.  ACAP is not able to contribute to the costs of printing the posters other than by supplying the images by electronic means.

Read more about the ABUN collaboration here, which included the creation of a nine-and-a-half-minute music video.

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Grey-headed Albatross on Marion Island, photograph and poster design by Michelle Risi

With grateful thanks to ABUN artists Kitty Harvill, Mary Ingrum, Jan Phethean, Di Roberts, Maureen Rousseau and Anne Shoemaker, and to Owen Davey, Michelle Risi, Graham Robertson and Jamie Watts for use of their poster images.  Ruth Cooper kindly designed the ABUN posters for ACAP.

John Cooper, ACAP Information Officer, 08 April 2020

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