We are artists for wild animal conservation. When we began, because of our love for wild animals, our mission was to make look alike life-sized wild animal sculptures for people who share the same passion, to train unemployed talented artists from poor backgrounds earn a decent living through making these wild animal sculptures that promote their conservation and save the environment by use of recycled metal instead of trees as was the norm while contributing to the communities where we work and live at large through the sale of our art work.
Hunting was banned in Kenya back in the late 70's. Poaching for sale of wild animal body parts outside the country is our biggest battle in the natural national parks like the Masai Mara, Amboseli and Serengeti hence we felt responsible to educate others about the importance of conserving wild animals and the ecosystems that sustain them through our art work displays.
As we progressed, we learnt that people who exploit animals are all over globally and it is still sad to know there are so many animal abusers out there even today.