Designer Antoine Tes-Ted studies the shape of the World’s iconic animals and turns them into distinctive 3D sculptural wall art in a collaboration with design retailer Hu2. Utilizing only a pencil or dark marker he sketches a simple line illustration that he uses to guide a laser cutter that cuts out the shapes from wood. The wood is then hand-finished, stained and handled with a protective natural oil. The set of sculptures is known as Respectful Animal Trophies as they supply a far more than lovely and delicate various to having useless animals held on the wall. By means of designing, Hu2 promotes the significance of sustainability, social responsibleness, and wildlife conservation. All merchandise are regionally created solely utilizing eco-friendly supplies. 10% of gross sales from their Respectful Animal Trophies go to Born Liberate to back up their Babile Projection, a project protecting a herd of elephants in Ethiopia.