BioPak is proud to support and promote the arts community with the BioCup Art Series globally. Our BioCups also serve as a canvas to educate and raise awareness of important conservation initiatives. In our latest fundraiser, 18 global influencers share their stories and artworks to support Rainforest Rescue, a not-for-profit protecting the rainforests of this world.
Rainforests play a critical role in fighting climate change with 30 percent of the world’s CO2 emissions stored in our rainforests. Explore our latest Voices For The Rainforest series and help us fight climate change by raising awareness for the lungs of our world, our rainforests.
Introducing The Artists
Our Voices Of The Rainforest artists are championing the inspiring work of Rainforest rescue, raising awareness for the protection and reforestation of the lungs of our world, tropical rainforests. They have created 18 unique expressions that symbolise their love for nature and environmental restoration. Say hello to our 18 artists...
Anna Jones, Chef
Anna Jones is a vegetarian chef, stylist and food writer based in Hackney, East London. Anna is the voice of modern vegetarian cooking and the author of the bestselling A Modern Way to Eat, A Modern Way to Cook and The Modern Cook’s Year. Anna believes that vegetables should be put at the centre of every table, and is led by the joy of food. She is passionate about sustainable eating, great produce, eating well and helping others do the same.
Camilla Franks, Fashion Designer
Camilla Franks is the founder of Camilla, one of Australias leading bohemian luxury fashion labels that uses responsibile and ethical sourcing. In order to raise awareness of the devastating effects that climate change and coral bleaching have caused upon the reef, Camilla launched The Reef Capsule Collection in 2019. Camilla Franks also announced Camilla's $20,000 donation to Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef, an organisation that combines research, tourism, industry and conservation, to create awareness and educate Australian about the threat to our reefs.
Patty Mills, Thee-Time Olympian & NBA Champion
Patty Mills is an Australian Professional NBA Champion and 3 time Olympian. Patty was born in Canberra, Australia into a family that was surrounded by basketball. Patty plays with the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA and is the only Indigenous Australian to win an NBA Championship (2013/14 season). He is also a triple Olympian (Beijing ‘08, London ‘12, Rio de Janeiro ‘16) and currently represents the Australian Boomers. Patty founded the Team Mills Foundation earlier this year, an organisation built on taking courageous and ongoing action to bring long-lasting improvement to people's lives. The foundation will be built on six key principles: family, environment, culture, pathways and opportunities, empowering women and multicultural and diversity.
Arnhem Bickley, Founder of Arnhem Clothing
Arnhem Bickley is the founder of Arnhem Clothing, a sustainable clothing brand that is consciously crafted. The range of clothing is characterised by distinctive, signature prints of vintage inspired floral, tribal and earthy designs collected along the way from Arnhem's extensive travels. Arnhem has always been passionate about the natural environment and its inhabitants, as a result, sustainability has been the core of everything she does in her personal life and work places. As a result, Arnhem Clothing donates 1% of swim sales to non-for-profit organisations dedicated to protecting the environment (Greenfleet, Rainforest Rescue and Take 3 for the Sea).
Darren Jew, Photographer & Rainforest Rescue Ambassador
Darren Jew is an award winning Australian underwater, wildlife and nature photographer with a passion for capturing and sharing the wonder of the natural world. He is a five time winner of the Canon/AIPP Australian Science, Environment and Nature Photographer of the Year. Darren is the author of three books: Australia – Reef, Rainforest, Red Heart; Far & Wild South and; Underwater Australia. His images are regularly published, exhibited and used by conservation organisations worldwide. As a passionate environmentalist, Darren has worked closely alongside Rainforest Rescue as an Ambassador to deliver real conservation outcomes for the rainforests and the reef.
Eliza Goldsmith, 4 Year Old Artist
At only four years old, much like her guardian angel big sister Iris before her, Eliza Goldsmith is already voicing her concerns for the future of rainforest animals if their habitats remain unprotected. Eliza is Voices for the Rainforest’s youngest Artist and at such a young age, already truly a voice for her whole generation in standing up for the health of the world’s rainforests.
Elliott Routledge, Artist
Elliott Routledge is an Australian based contemporary artist, working out of Sydney in a variety of fields and mediums. He is known for his public art installations, paintings, and sculptures and has exhibited in galleries and installed murals throughout the world. He teamed up with Converse to paint a mural in Woolloomooloo, Sydney, that not only cleans the air but also helps plant trees in Australia’s Daintree Rainforest. The design for the mural was created in collaboration with Rainforest Rescue and draws inspiration from the fauna and flora of the Daintree, promoting the message that ‘Trees are the Answer’. As part of the campaign, a series of colourful patches also designed by Elliott will are now available for purchase, with all proceeds being donated to Rainforest Rescue to help protect and restore the magnificent Daintree Rainforest.
Roxanne Cambridge, Blogger & Social Media Influencer
Roxanne Cambridge is a Australian blogger and media influencer. She is deeply passionate about conscious living and uses her platforms and large social media following to educate the general public on plant based, minimal waste, low impact living.
Ziggy Alberts is an Australian singer-songwriter, whose genuine grassroots story and captivating live performances have built his career as one of Australia’s leading independent artists. Ziggy is a change agent in the industry and an early adopter of green touring and sustainable living. Samuel D Hall has collaborated with Ziggy on this Voices Cup. @ziggyalberts and @samueldhall
Ally Langdon, Today Show Host
Allison Langdon is an Australian reporter, news presenter and author. She is currently a co-host of the Nine Network's breakfast program Today and was previously a reporter on 60 Minutes and co-host of Weekend Today. Allison is an Ambassador for Aussie Ark, an non-for-profit organisation that has vision of creating a long-term future for threatened Australian species.
Jean Danker, Singapore Radio & TV Presenter
Jean Danker is a Singaporean Radio Presenter at MediaCorp's Class 95, the country’s a number 1 English radio station. As a supporter of Singapore’s Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres) and Animal Lover’s League (Singapore’s largest and longest-running no-kill shelter), she is passionate about animal welfare and strives to do as much as she can to use her voice and large following to give back to the world around her.
Liana Cornell, Actress & Rainforest Rescue Ambassador
Liana Cornell is an Australian actress who was born in Mullumbimby and grew up in Byron Bay. Liana is a passionate environmentalist/activist who has supported many Australian environmental organisations, such as WIRES, WWF, Rainforest Rescue, Australian Seabird Rescue, Youth 4 Climate March and many, many more. She is a Rainforest Rescue Ambassador and has also contributed to promoting environmental awareness through her various social platforms. She ran an environmental company called Save Our Skins for 5 years, which focused on ecological news, philanthropic work and the continuation of research to help endangered animals and ecosystems.
Jasmine Carey, Photographer & Rainforest rescue Ambassador
Jasmine Carey is an underwater photographer with a strong passion for the ocean. Her beautiful, intimate photographs of the marine life she encounters confirms her deep connection with the sea. Jasmine has been diving since 2005 and in that time she’s dived across the Indo–Pacific, searching out encounters and interactions with the full gamut of marine life. Jasmine's work has been featured in many commercial publications, one of which was in fotoAID, an exhibition raising much-needed funds to aid community and wildlife recover after the tragic 2019/20 Australian Summer of Fires. She is passionate about conservation, which is evident in her word as an Ambassador with Rainforest Rescue.
Kera Wong, Food Photographer
Kera Wong is a Food, Product, Restaurant & Venue Photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Kera graduated from The University of Auckland (New Zealand) with an arts degree and has had various roles in her career including marketing & communications.
Martin Stringer, Photographer
Martin Stringer is a nature photographer and filmmaker. His aim is to showcase the beauty of nature and to inspire others to help be the guardians for our mother earth. Since 2014, Martin has photographed and documented the amazing rainforest regeneration from tree planting projects. In addition to his work with Rainforest Rescue, Martin has also created videos for organisations that are working to help protect nature such as The Wilderness Society, The Great Australian Bight Alliance and the Great Forest National Park Campaign.
Candy Marx, Vegan Wellness Entrepreneur
Candy Marx is a New-Zealand born vegan wellness entrepreneur, holistic health practitioner, best-selling author and philanthropist. As a Marine Science and Shark Conservation graduate (2016), Candy is a conservationist with strong interests in sustainability, environment, wellness, spirituality, humanitarianism and animal welfare. She is the founder of Plantfed Mama, Plantfed Mana and Mana Holistic Development. Her brands support animal welfare, conservation and humanitarian causes @plantfedmama
Casper Brace, Artist
Caspar Brace is an British artist who now lives in Mullumbimby. All of his works are sold with 10% of the proceeds going directly to buy and protect rainforests (Rainforest Rescue). His new exhibition, "Daintree: Our History, Our Future" is opening in February in St Kilda, Melbourne and 50% of all sales will be going directly to fund Rainforest Rescue projects.
Naurita Briscoe, Indigenous Artist
Naurita Briscoe is an Australian contemporary artist. Her family are the traditional owners of the Mossman and Daintree area, Kuku Yalanji tribe, Far North Queensland. Her artwork reflects her own personal life experiences, while capturing the beauty of her cultural heritage, sea and rainforest surroundings. At the heart of her artworks, she hopes to encourage others to Never Give Up.
Help Us Help Them
Find out more about Voices For The Rainforest at www.rainforestrescue.org.au/voices or get involved by sharing a photo on social media with the hashtag #VoicesForTheRainforest.
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Please note that the BioCup Art Series contains up to three different artist/change makers per size. Unfortunately, we cannot sell individual art cups and cannot guarantee which prints, or which series of prints will be in each carton.