End Extinction - Men's T-ShirtRicardo Rios
As this is an end of edition product, it will not be reprinted. The sizes within this listing are all we have available.
4 out of 5 NZ bird species are endangered and that number is on the rise. Let's protect what is left. Our newest design, by artist Ricardo Rios, shines a light on some of NZ's unique species, as well as several which are lost forever.
Birds featured within this design: Haast Eagle, Moa, Kākī Stilt, Rowi Kiwi, Kokako, Chatham Island Robin, Kea, Royal Albatross, Fiordland Crested Penguin and the Takahe.
|Standard (NZD)||Free Over (NZD)|
|Rest of the World*||$30||$600|
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Extinction Rebellion (XR) is a socio-political movement to activate communities all over the World to stand for the Earth. XR uses nonviolent resistance to protest against climate breakdown, biodiversity loss, the risk of human extinction and ecological collapse. The movement was established in May 2018 with about one hundred academics then signing a call to action in support in October of the same year. Extinction Rebellion wants to rally support worldwide around a common sense of urgency to tackle climate breakdown.
A donation from each t-shirt sold goes directly to supporting this movement. To learn more, check out https://rebellion.global
Originally from Rio De Janeiro - Brazil, Ricardo followed a kiwi to Aotearoa in 2016.
He’s a tattoo artist who began studying our country’s quirky, endangered native wildlife soon after he arrived. He struggles to pronounce the ‘th’ in ‘thought’ & ‘teeth’ and though he misses the warm seas of his homeland he has happily embraced the classic kiwi pie.