We are dedicated to raising money for the organisations that are working to secure a better future for endangered wildlife.

There are a number of animals under extreme threat worldwide, largely due to illegal poaching. We aim to support the ongoing preservation and protection of these endangered species, as well as the ongoing education, awareness and public support surrounding this issue.

Aardvark Apparel Pangolin Conservation

Photo credit: Keenan Houareau Photography


Rhinos aren't just great in themselves, they support the lives of many other animals, plants, ecosystems and communities. When we conserve them, we're also boosting biodiversity and improving our planet's and in turn, our own health.

Project Rhino

That is why we are proud to have partnered with Project Rhino. Project Rhino is an association of 36 like-minded organisations, facilitating rhino conservation interventions aimed at eliminating rhino poaching and securing the white and black rhino populations of KwaZulu-Natal. Protecting rhinos from the threat of poaching is symbolic of the threat faced by all wildlife and that all wildlife will benefit from actions taken by Project Rhino.

Saving rhinos helps to save the planet and everything within it. So, let's keep making sure that these incredible animals and the places they live, can thrive.

A percentage of profits from your purchases featuring prints of iconic animals will go towards Project Rhino and animal conservation. 

Together we can all make a difference in the fight against wildlife crime and conserve our wildlife heritage for many generations to come!

Project Rhino is a registered non-profit company.  Donations are utilised directly for Project Rhino’s collectively approved anti-poaching and rhino conservation strategies.

Should you wish to donate and also support their work you can visit their website or if Zapper is your preferred payment method, simply scan the QR code below and donate directly to Project Rhino!


Project Rhino Zapper

Aardvark Apparel Rhino Conservation

 Photo credit: Keenan Houareau Photography