Originally created and donated to the Museum in 1983, Warhol’s Endangered Species screenprints provide a new perspective on critically endangered animals.
Warhol’s 10 wildlife portraits are in the same style as his human celebrity subjects, awash in dizzying Day-Glo colors and set off by stark outlines. He also harbored a longtime love of animals.
The current status of each of the 10 endangered species depicted by Warhol is shared with the viewer, as eight remain at significant risk of extinction.
The Museum’s past and ongoing conservation efforts focuses on the Bald Eagle, as they are instrumental in saving it from extinction.
Equal importance is put on educating the visitors about Ohio’s conservation efforts.
American Graphic Design Award
for Exhibit Branding