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Carry Hope: Laurent Fetis for World Wildlife Fund

Updated: Aug 20


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HIS CAUSE

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) works to protect nature in 100 countries. It is supported by nearly five million members worldwide. http://worldwildlife.org


HIS CONCEPT

“I grew up in the ’70s, and at that time consciousness of endangered species was spreading. As a child, I was always interested in nature. The WWF symbol has always acted on me as an alarming (and yet friendly) call for help. Nowadays, species are disappearing at a more alarming rate than ever. I hope that this homage to one of the most friendly of logos could help to save some animals.”

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