Into Africa: Blank Boxed Notecards

Written by: Frans Lanting


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The Into Africa: Blank Boxed Notecards showcase four iconic images from the landmark Smithsonian exhibit, Into Africa, which features more than thirty years of fieldwork by Frans Lanting, one of the world’s most renowned nature photographers. The exhibit was produced as a partnership with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, the National Geographic Society, and the World Wildlife Fund.

During three decades of fieldwork and assignments for National Geographic, Lanting encountered otherworldly vistas and captured moments of intimacy with some of the world’s most endangered animals. As seen here through these stunning photographic notecards, Lanting creates an enduring vision of Africa and demonstrates what is at stake for its wildlife and wild places.

This boxed set features twenty folded cards in five sets of four images. Each image is displayed beautifully in full-color on the front cover with a blank interior for notes and a lined envelope to send the card in—everything you need to share a little slice of the magnificent Into Africa exhibit with all of your friends and loved ones.

About the Author

Frans Lanting has been hailed as one of the great nature photographers of our time. His influential work appears in books, magazines, and exhibitions around the world and has been commissioned frequently by National Geographic. Lanting’s books include Life: A Journey Through Time, Jungles, Penguin, Living Planet, Eye to Eye, Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape, Okavango: Africa’s Last Eden, and Madagascar: A World Out of Time. His books have received awards and acclaim: "No one turns animals into art more completely than Frans Lanting," writes the New Yorker. Lanting’s fine-art prints are represented in many public and private collections. Lanting is an ambassador for the World Wildlife Fund and has received numerous awards for his work as a photographer and conservationist, including top honors from World Press Photo and the title of BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year. HRH Prince Bernhard inducted him as a Knight in the Royal Order of the Golden Ark, the Netherlands’ highest conservation honor.