The earthy tones in this collection were influenced by some of the world’s most iconic deserts: the Sahara, Mojave and Kalahari.
Deserts are vital to the planetary ecosystem.
They cover around 20% of the Earth’s surface. They are also amongst the most fragile and endangered ecosystems, home to a unique network of species and communities.
23 deserts in the world… here's what inspired us
The Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert in the world. Covering most of Northern Africa, it measures a total area of 9.2 million km². It is almost the same size as China, and a total of 8% of the earth's land area!
The Kalahari Desert is the second largest desert in Africa. It measures a total area of 930,000 km² and is the 6th largest in the world. It is approx. 4x the size of the UK and is around 900m above sea level.
The Mojave Desert is the hottest and smallest desert in North America. It measures a total area of 124,000 km² and is located primarily in southeastern California. It is considered one of the most ecologically diverse deserts in the world.
Why is it important to protect desert ecosystems?
Due to climate change, dry regions across the world are becoming deserts at an alarming rate. This process (desertification) is a consequence of deforestation and human activity. While it's important to prevent desertification, it’s also crucial to protect existing deserts, as they are biologically rich habitats, home to a vast array of species that have adapted to their extreme conditions.
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