Path of the Condor
Posted 10 months ago and submitted by Ed Asher Briant | Share link: http://illo.cc/90912





Path of the Condor is a hand-printed and hand-bound book featuring 16 linocuts of the world’s most endangered birds.
Why ‘Path of the Condor’? The California Condor is actually a success story of conservation. In 1987 there were only 30 California Condors remaining. Now––after drastic intervention––there are over 500. These amazing birds are still endangered, but things look hopeful perhaps. It’s my hope that the other endangered birds will follow the path of the condor.

You can find out more on the project’s Kickstarter page.



Ed Asher Briant
Illustrator
Portland, USA
Tel: 1 207 409 5805
edbriant.com

British-born printmaker and illustrator, a member of the world-famous artist community of Monhegan Island, off the coast of Maine.

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Profile updated 6th April, 2021
Member since 27th November, 2013
Awards
D & AD Silver Award, Hornbook Newcomer to Watch, Publishers Weely Flying Start