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ELEWANA COLLECTION IS PROUD TO COLLABORATE WITH PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID YARROW IN THE LAUNCH OF HIS NEW BOOK
We are delighted to support David Yarrow, a long time advocate for Elewana Collection, in the launch of his new book, a retrospective of work in the wild, which supports the Conservation trusts – Tusk and WildAid.
As an esteemed guest or partner of Elewana Collection, we would like to offer you the opportunity to relive your experiences at home with this new book from David Yarrow, which features art work captured at many of our lodges in East Africa. David is one of the world’s most relevant fine art photographers and royalties from the sale of his book will go towards conservation programs including Tusk in the UK and WildAid in the US.
As a thank you to anyone ordering the book, we will be offering a limited time
discount off the RRP price
of this wonderful new book.
Please use code "elewana20" for £20 off the order price.
To take advantage of this special offer, please click here to order your book before 15th October 2019.
This 368 page photography monograph, showcases 150 of David Yarrow’s strongest images from the past two years. The book features a foreword written by global NFL star Tom Brady and an afterword written by American cultural icon Cindy Crawford. All royalties from this book will be donated to conservation charities Tusk in the UK and WildAid in the US.
All copies purchased through David Yarrow Photography, come with a newly released, signed elephant print entitled, "The Clubhouse" (print comes unframed).
"There are no universal rules in photography-only personal ones. My central premise is that if photography was a language, then focus would be the most important word in that lexicon. Focus deliberately includes or it deliberately excludes, and it should be emphatically clear what the photographer is trying to say." – David Yarrow