We Make Data Visual.

At How Many Elephants, we make complex data beautifully visual to educate and inspire a global audience about the devastating impacts of the African Elephant ivory trade.

Check out our multi award-winning ‘96 Elephants A Day’ Necklace. This striking necklace displays 96 elephants to show the daily poaching rate in Africa. Made from vegetable ivory, a sustainable plant material, which is almost identical in colour and texture to elephant ivory. A narrative has been weaved in, with one elephant hand cut in brass to represent the poachers’ bullet shells and one elephant is facing the other way to represent hope

We Make Data Visual.

At How Many Elephants, we make complex data beautifully visual to educate and inspire a global audience about the devastating impacts of the African Elephant ivory trade.

Check out our multi award-winning ‘96 Elephants A Day’ Necklace. This striking necklace displays 96 elephants to show the daily poaching rate in Africa. Made from vegetable ivory, a sustainable plant material, which is almost identical in colour and texture to elephant ivory. A narrative has been weaved in, with one elephant hand cut in brass to represent the poachers’ bullet shells and one elephant is facing the other way to represent hope

We Think Big.

Can you visualise 35,000 elephants?

Unfortunately nobody can as this is way too big a number! Our work brings scale to these numbers. The current annual poaching rate in Africa is 35,000 elephants. Shocking, eh? Our hard hitting exhibition showcases 35,000 elephants (or more depending on the space) to show the poaching statistics in a purely visual way. Part of the originality of our design-led campaign is in our approach to avoid gruesome and shocking imagery to portray the facts. It’s not about scaring people, it’s about sharing the sheer scale of the poaching crisis. To actually see and connect with this data visually is highly impactful.

We Think Big.

Can you visualise 35,000 elephants?

Unfortunately nobody can as this is way too big a number! Our work brings scale to these numbers. The current annual poaching rate in Africa is 35,000 elephants. Shocking, eh? Our hard hitting exhibition showcases 35,000 elephants (or more depending on the space) to show the poaching statistics in a purely visual way. Part of the originality of our design-led campaign is in our approach to avoid gruesome and shocking imagery to portray the facts. It’s not about scaring people, it’s about sharing the sheer scale of the poaching crisis. To actually see and connect with this data visually is highly impactful.

Our Story.

Be inspired to think big when you meet our founder, Holly Budge. Her passion, purpose and self belief is contagious. She’s a badass adventurer who recently climbed to the summit of Everest and has raised over £400K for charities. She doesn’t stop there. Holly is gaining momentum quicker than a charging herd of elephants, both in the world of conservation and as a world class speaker.

READ HOLLY’S STORY

Our Story.

Be inspired to think big when you meet our founder, Holly Budge. Her passion, purpose and self belief is contagious. She’s a badass adventurer with a couple of world records under her belt, including being the first woman to skydive Everest and race 1000km across Mongolia on semi-wild horses. She recently climbed to the summit of Everest and has raised over £300K for charities. She doesn’t stop there. Her passion for elephants and educating a global audience about the ivory trade is evident through How Many Elephants. Holly is gaining momentum quicker than a charging herd of elephants, both in the world of conservation and as a world class speaker.

READ HOLLY’S STORY

SUPPORT THE RANGERS

Help empower and support the courageous rangers working tirelessly on the front line in Africa! Every penny raised is accounted for and is making a difference.

Photo credit: ‘Akashinga‘ by Brent Stirton

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