♥Pink Cockatoo. 2018
♥10% of the sale of this print will go to the World Wildlife Fund.
This is a very Limited Edition Giclee Print. Edition size only 100 worldwide.
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♥Choose the paper size you want from options:
13.6” x 15.7“ (40cm x 34cm). * Custom order, Hahnemuhle Paper 310gms / 68lb
13.6” x 15.7“ (40cm x 34cm). * Custom order, New Metallic Hahnemuhle Paper 310gms / 68lb
23.6" x 20.4" (60cm x 51cm) * Custom order, Hahnemuhle Paper 310gms / 68lb
23.6" x 20.4" (60cm x 51cm) * Custom order, New Metallic Hahnemuhle Paper 310gms / 68lb
*Custom orders production time 3-5 business days from purchase.
♥Each print has a 1” (2.5cm) white space around the printed image for framing.
Includes name of the print, edition number and my signature on bottom corner. Watermark does not appear on the print itself.
♥Reproduced from my original oil on canvas painting. Archival, water-resistant and fade-resistant, guaranteed for at least 125+ years.
♥This print is signed and numbered to guarantee an original print by me, Ilona Cutts.
Story behind “Pink Cockatoo”:
Pink cockatoos are also on the most endangered animals list, believe it or not. They smuggle them from their natural habitat to other countries to be “used” as pets. Callous smugglers cram them into plastic bottles to get them through customs for illegal trade. Many of them die on their journey. ... More than 24 critically endangered cockatoos were rescued by police after being found stuffed in water bottles for illegal trade. “The Philippine cockatoo (Cacatua haematuropygia), native to the Philippines; the yellow-crested cockatoo (C. sulphurea), native to Indonesia; and the white cockatoo (C. alba), native to Indonesia, have all been listed as an endangered or threatened species. Each of these species has experienced a significant decline in population, primarily due to poaching from the wild for the pet trade and habitat destruction.”- WWF