Endangered Species

Prints, cards, t-shirts, sweatshirts, calendars and more


2022 Calendar and screen printed tea towel featuring original illustrations of the oceans top predator

Tails of the Sea

Illustrated prints, printed bags and t-shirts and other gift items on an ocean theme

Screen Prints

Limited edition screen prints of original illustrations by Dario Fisher, printed in the UK. ‘Tails of the Sea’ – a two colour stylised Humpback tail fluke in a limited edition of 25 (last few remaining) and ‘Midnight Orca’ – limited edition of 50.

Endangered Species
Illustrated 2022 Calendar

My new 2022 calendar features illustrations of a select 31 of the growing list of mammals, birds and insects which have been added to the ‘red list’ of endangered species in the UK.

Created in a retro vintage matchbox style, 12 months feature full page illustrations to appreciate the delicate details of each featured animal, with a further 19 species in a mini collage print at the back, all created in a distinctive minimal colour palette. Shop Now

Item Specifics:
– Lithographically printed on midweight 190gsm heavy matte paper (perfect for writing upon)
– Staple bound across the middle of each month spread.
– Each page is 21cm x 21cm, forming 42cm x 21cm spreads when open
– No national holidays are printed in this calendar

Dario Fisher

Illustrator, designer and printmaker 

Dario Fisher was born in Swansea, South Wales (UK) in 1985 and grew up near the stunning Gower coastline – a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and early inspiration for his love of nature and conservation.

After graduating with a B.A. Hons in General Illustration now creates original artwork from his home studio, shipping art across the world.

Ever driven by travel, nature and art, the series of Whale illustrations was born out of an experience whale watching off the coast of California, in a nod to traditional printing processes and Japanese art.

In 2019 Dario has had work exibited in Bury St Edmunds as part of Norwich print collective “Off The Press”, as well as being comissioned to paint one of the leading sculptures for the ‘Cows About Cambridge’ art trail by Wild in Art, going live in 2020.

Dario Fisher - Printmaker and Illustrator

Have you Herd?

In March 2019 Dario contributed one of the first sculptures to launch the ‘Cows About Cambridge’ art trail coordinated by Wild in Art and supporting ‘Each’ Charity. ‘May Belle’ was hand painted with the famous Kings College river scene and can be seen at Christ’s Pieces in Cambridge City Centre.

To see some process photos from the making process and learn more ‘Cows About Cambridge’ visit my blog post below