We stand with the last #3890tigers left in the wild. Join us by uncaging art against illegal tiger trade. Help stop the demand for products made from tigers.
Illegal tiger trade threatens the remaining 3890 tigers remain in the wild. Visit 3890tigers.com to learn more about how you can take a stand against the illegal tiger trade.
Can you imagine a world without tigers?
One of the biggest threats to wild tigers is illegal tiger trade. Tigers are being killed and their parts are sold on the black market to make products such as medicine, trinkets, tiger bone wine and trophies.
Trafficked mainly through international criminal enterprises, every single part of the tiger is sold for profit, from skin and bones, to whiskers and teeth.
If we don’t do anything to stop illegal tiger trade the world’s wild tiger population could disappear within the next generation.
The 3890Tigers project is part of a six-year partnership between Tiger Beer and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), in support of the organisation’s Tx2 commitment, an ambitious conservation goal to double the world's wild tiger population by 2022.
The partnership kicks off in 2017 with a US $1M donation from Tiger Beer towards WWF’s work on tiger conservation, and the launch of a digitally-led campaign – 3890Tigers
For 3890Tigers Tiger and WWF have collaborated with artists from across the world to uncage creativity and draw global awareness towards the issue.
Together, they are unveiling a new weapon in the fight against the illegal tiger trade.
With their distinct styles and voices, these global artists are asking the world to view wild tigers from a fresh perspective and join them in the fight against illegal tiger trade.
Using a creative digital mechanism built on Artificial Intelligence (AI) principles, 3890Tigers lets you collaborate with these artists to create and share your own unique versions of their striking artworks. We call it Tiger Art Intelligence.
The Tiger Art Intelligence tool integrates your selfie into the tiger-inspired art of one of the six artists, creating a unique AI-generated selfie art. By creating and sharing your AI-generated selfie art on social networks with the hashtag #3890tigers, you too can make a pledge to help fight illegal tiger trade.