On Earth Day, WWF-Malaysia and artist Christine Das launched a beautifully designed T-shirt, with all sales proceeds to be channeled to WWF-Malaysia’s conservation efforts, including protecting Borneo elephants.

Borneo elephants, the world’s smallest known subspecies of elephants, are losing their homes and families, due to forests being converted to land uses such as plantations. As they come into more contact with agricultural lands and settlements built on their traditional routes, the risk of human-elephant conflict increases. With only about 1,500 Borneo elephants left in the wild in Sabah, WWF-Malaysia urgently needs help to continue our elephant conservation efforts. See more here.

About the Designer – Christine Das

Christine Das is a Malaysian born contemporary artist who schooled at Convent Green Lane Penang and obtained her formal arts education in graphic design at the Sain Academy of Arts Penang. Her artistic journey traversed book illustrations, displays, mural painting, graphic design and animation. She was even a scenic artist on the set of the Hollywood production “Anna and the King”, filmed in Malaysia in 1999, working alongside Peter Collias. In 2007, she turned to painting full-time.