Regular price €300,00
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Limited edition artwork
Photographed in Chyulu Hills, Kenya
Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White

Click here to explore the exact size dimensions and edition numbers of all 4 sizes* 

Slowly appearing from a thick layer of morning mist deep into the Chyulu Hills. A haunting and beautiful form, heart racing, mind altering, life expanding. An mzee (an elderly person in Swahili) in the truest sense of the word. My first encounter with One Ton -  one of Amboseli's biggest Supertuskers - was one to remember a lifetime, leaving me with a sense of a mighty but peaceful force. It’s moments like these that heal the heart, sooth the soul, and strengthen my willingness to fight even harder for the protection of this beautiful planet. Because if these elephants go, so does the heart of the continent. 

*This particular print has size dimensions that slightly deviate from the standard sizing mentioned in the size guide, the deviating dimensions are:
S: 30 x 40 cm
M: 54 x 72 cm
L: 72 x 96 cm
XL: 112,5 x 150 cm

You are making a difference with purchasing this print!
For each of this particular print being sold, I am donating 10% of the net proceeds to
Big Life Foundation, so that they can continue their important work in safeguarding wildlife and people. Read more about why I am doing this here.

Certificate of Authenticity
Every limited edition artwork comes with an official Certificate of Authenticity, including a hologram patch that is matched by a unique number on both the print and the certificate. This hologram sticker can be attached to the backend of the artwork once it's framed.  

Due to the custom-made nature of each artwork, framing is only available through personal inquiry, read more about it in our FAQ. Do you want to know more about the difference between ‘fine-art on dibond’ & ‘acrylic glass’, click here.



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We have been following Pie’s work for more than 5 years now. Therefore, having one of his Umoja prints decorating our home, is not only an incredible honour, but also a testament to our support for his mission as an artist and conservationist. His work is now a beautiful daily reminder of our own memories made in Africa on various trips to Kenya as well as Zambia.

Drew & Jennifer
San Diego, USA

It’s been such a rewarding process to pick & choose the artworks as well as the materials for our two framed Umoja prints. Pie carefully guided us through the entire process and even invited us in his studio in Amsterdam to see some of the samples in person. His approach to making art as well as his commitment to protecting nature, is tangible in every step of the way.

Anne-Marie & Jaap
Rotterdam, Netherlands

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