Pangolin Trail

A collaborative project set up by ONCA gallery for their exhibition, ‘Making Tracks’. In collaboration with the organisation Pangolin Research Mundulea, based in Namibia, the project brought Brighton street artists together with painters, illustrators and craftspeople to create a trail tracking the endangered pangolins around the city.

This work was initially drawn in ballpoint on a large piece of graph paper and then copied onto newsprint and cut out. Pasted up on an electricity box, it’s possible to scan the accompanying QR codes to find out further information about Pangolins.

Pangolins are elusive scaly mammals who live throughout Asia and Africa. There are eight different species of pangolins, all rare and poorly understood, and in many places being hunted to the edge of extinction to serve lucrative and brutal trades in specialist food and traditional Chinese medicine.

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