On Reptiles Awareness 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 turtles.
For more than 100 million years marine turtles have covered vast distances across the world’s oceans, performing a vital and integral role in marine and coastal ecosystems. These gentle reptiles of the sea swim great distances and come on land only to nest. They are known for their longevity among local cultures. Over the last 200 years, human activities have tipped the scales against the survival of these ancient mariners. Sadly, the number of marine turtles in most places has plummeted and some populations are on the brink of extinction. Urgent action is needed to ensure their future. 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.
The female model in the photo is 164cm tall and is wearing XXS.
The male model in the photo is 175cm tall and is wearing M.
*Please allow 0.5-1 inch difference due to manual measurement.