Editorial Design, Print
The Galapagos Islands are a delicate ecosystem that has been tainted by humans and other species they’ve brought to the island with them, including rats, goats, and fire ants. Unable to adapt to the wave of new predators, many species have become endangered. The Endangered Species of Galapagos Islands field guide shows ten animals whose population has significantly declined due to human interference.
The field guide is meant to raise awareness of these issues, educating people both on the animals and the way humans have affected their diminishing population. The animals are depicted in watercolor to convey their slowly fading population, urging people to see them as beautiful and to rise to action to save them from fading away forever.