A message from out dear *Mutabi
___________________________________________________________We are looking for artists to project the nature- we are looking for you!
Do you like wolves, tigers, birds of prey, otters, snow leopards, pets,ocean animals, wild bees or bats?
Do you draw your own artwork and would you like to make a contributionto protect our beautiful nature?
If so the international “Naturama project 2013” is your chance to become an active part in saving those animals by doing a commission for the good cause.
We start again with the «Naturama» Project, that assemble artists, to draw for saving the nature! The participating artists will chose a request for a picture of their choice directly and work it out.
Apart from that our artraffle at the end of the «Naturama» Project is new.
Every customer get the chance to win an special prize in addition to their commissioned artwork, done by artists like TaniDaReal, Steel and others.
You as artist join Naturama, search a customer for a commission of your choice and the money, you get will be collected and totally donated for environmental saving projects:
In the course of the project, participating artists are offering a commissioned picture in order to draw it for a fixed amount.The gained amount will be collected and subsequently, giving to different Nature Conservation Organisations.
No money will be kept by the Naturama project.
ALL money will be transferred to:
WWF for wolves
WWF for tigers
Wildpark Lüneburger Heide for birds of prey, snow leopards and otters
Hamburger Tierschutzverein von 1841 e.V. for pets
Greenpeace for animals of the ocean
NABURügen for wild bees
and B.U.N.D. for bats!
It is so easy to support us:
Just draw as you do as artist like those:
or advertise us with those free banners:
2012 about 87 artists and free donators from different nations donated all in all 3.006 Euro for nature!
2013 allready over 80 artists agreed to join us like: TaniDaReal, BloodhoundOmega, DreamAndNightmare, Mjoellnir, Steel, Shalimarand many many more
– so now it is your turn!
For questions and participation please contact Naturama here: