ANIMAL TROPHIES

Wall signs made in France

RESPECTFUL ANIMAL TROPHIES / Tes-Ted X Hu2 Design
12th November 2015 Tes-Ted

” Who does not value life does not deserve it “

Leonardo da Vinci

A collection inspired by Wildlife Beauties

Tes-Ted and Hu2 have signed a new collaboration presenting unique sculptural 3D animal signs, crafted from colour-treated wood and hand-finished with protective natural oil. The Respectful Animal Trophy collection is a design alternative that allows you to bring Nature into your walls, without hurting anyone.
For the second chapter of the Respectful Animal Trophy collection, focused on African Wildlife, Tes-Ted studio and Hu2 have teamed up with the famous UK based animal charity – Born Free Foundation. The new collection was officially launched on the 4th of November in London with the presence of Born Free founder – the actress Virginia McKenna and son Will Travers, the charity’s President. The Born Free Foundation is a dynamic international wildlife charity, founded in 1984 by the actors Bill Travers MBE and Virginia McKenna OBE, stars of the iconic film Born Free, Born Free takes action worldwide to save lives, stop suffering and protect species in the wild. Their emergency teams rescue vulnerable animals from appalling lives of misery in tiny cages and gives them lifetime care in spacious bush sanctuaries.

Tes-Ted X Hu2 Design – a signature behind excellence

Developed with Hu2 in its production studio in Meyreuil near Aix en Provence, France, the new series of artistic wooden sign – African Beauties – are laser cut from genuine wood board.
Hu2 Design is a London based design brand specialised in wall art and decorative items. Through its design, the company promotes the importance of sustainability, social responsibility and wildlife conservation. All products are locally produced only using eco-friendly materials. The Respectful Animal Trophy collection – African Beauties – counts four wall signs including an Elephant, a Lion, a Tiger, and a Rhino, each of them created by designer Antoine Tes-Ted. 5% of the profit will go to the Born Free foundation to support its fight for animal rights.

The Respectful Animal Trophy series :