Rhino Asylum Seeker
“Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution.” - Article 14 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948.
Asylum is a human right, but sadly, in the current political climate, many countries are reneging on their commitments to honour that right under international law. I hope this print makes people think about our basic duties to one another, regardless of where someone is from.
One of an open edition of giclée prints. Printed on 300gsm lightly textured, acid-free cotton rag paper.
The printed area (excluding the border) is 15cm x 15cm. These look great in an 8 inch square frame (I recommend black wood, but you do you). The frame is not included (but you can get them cheap online).
This print will be signed by the artist, Henry James Garrett.
£5 from the sale of each print sold online will be split between the following charities: Mermaids, Rape Crisis National Helpline, Give Directly, Stonewall, and Southall Black Sisters.
(The print does not have the @drawingsofdogs watermark on it. That's just in case people share the images from the shop.)