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Clive sketched the black rhino starting a charge at his friend Peter Hitchins during a field trip to Kenya in 1992.

  1. Style number: 911937
  2. Collaborating artist: Clive Walker
  3. Unisex: 60 x 180 cm modal 93% / cashmere 7%

Black rhino starting a charge

Clive Walker, South African conservationist, writer, lecturer, artist and co-founder of the Lapalala Wilderness School has changed the face of conservation in South Africa. Through his devotion and generous spirit, he has given his life to the preservation of the country’s wildlife and natural heritage. He is currently Patron of the Lapalala Wilderness school.

Born in 1936, Clive studied art in Johannesburg and London. Working as a game ranger in Botswana offered him the opportunity to study wildlife, and as a result he became actively involved in environmental education and wildlife conservation.

He founded the Endangered Wildlife Trust in 1973, and was founder and director of Educational Wildlife Expeditions, an adult game trails organization together with his wife Conita, from 1975 to 1994. In 1981 he co-founded Lapalala Wilderness together with Dale Parker, and became the first Chairman of the Lapalala Wilderness School in 1985. He is also a former member of the IUCN Rhino and Elephant Specialist Groups. The author of eight books on natural history and travel, he is currently writing the history of Lapalala Wilderness and co-authoring a work on the Limpopo River. In addition, Clive is the founding chairman and co-project leader of the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve, UNESCO.

Clive is currently developing a ‘Living Museum’ botanical garden and visitor interpretation centre (natural and cultural history) on a one hundred hectare sanctuary where he resides in the Waterberg. He is a member of several national and international conservation organizations. Clive and Conita have two sons, Renning, an IT specialist and Anton, who is General Manager of Lapalala Wilderness.

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Josie shot this image in Sossusvlei while on a road trip through Southern African in 2012.

  1. Style number: 0077
  2. Collaborating artist: Josie Borain
  3. Ladies: 90 x 200 cm modal 85% / silk 15%

Josie in Namibia

Cape Town born Josie Borain, model, author and photographer, is officially recognized as being the first South African Supermodel.

Multi talented Josie spent many years modelling in Paris and New York, and in 1988 studied directing and film- making at the prestigious New York University Film School. She became Fashion Editor for Fair Lady Magazine in Cape Town, and in 2003 published her own life story in a book ‘Josie, You and Me’ by Bell –Roberts. She has since produced a number of advertisements and documentaries.

Josie is a mother of three and spends most of her working time as a photographer.

In addition to embracing the role of a Redrhino Woman, Josie enjoys nothing more than adventuring into the wild spaces of Africa.

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Terje captured the heron while on a river walk along the Limpopo, South Africa in 2012.

  1. Style number: 92832
  2. Collaborating artist: Terje Johnsen
  3. Ladies: 90 x 200 cm modal 85% /silk 15%

Heron on the Limpopo

Terje was born and bred in Eastern Norway where his passion for photography started at a young age. This led to him spending time, often in solitude, in the wilderness.

With a demanding entrepreneurial day job, Terje escapes into the unforgiving mountains of central Norway, hiding out under cover of darkness to capture the moments.

Terje's camera continues to take him to many corners of the world, southern Africa and Limpopo in particular.

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Clive captured the springboks during a trip through the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa in 2013.

  1. Style number: 92835
  2. Collaborating artist: Clive Charlton
  3. Ladies: 70 x 180 cm. Silk 100%

Springbok at speed

Clive Charlton is an accidental photographer. Having grown up in Africa he has always had a keen interest in both wildlife and travel and initially took a camera on his trips mainly for the benefit of his friends. It wasn't until a visit to India, Nepal and a flight over Mount Everest that his interest in the technical aspects of photography began.

He was inspired by the diversity of the streets of India, the temple architecture of Nepal and the magnificence of the Himalayan landscape, as well as game viewing from the back of an elephant as experienced in Chitwan National Park.

Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Clive trawls the streets of his home town to capture the richness of the "rainbow nation" and travels all over southern and east Africa searching for compelling wildlife photographs. Moreover, he is constantly on the lookout for new countries to explore in order to perfect his art.

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Clive captured the wildebeest during a trip through the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa in 2013.

  1. Style number: 92836
  2. Collaborating artist: Clive Charlton
  3. Ladies: 70 x 180 cm. Silk 100%

Migrating wildebeest

Clive Charlton is an accidental photographer. Having grown up in Africa he has always had a keen interest in both wildlife and travel and initially took a camera on his trips mainly for the benefit of his friends. It wasn't until a visit to India, Nepal and a flight over Mount Everest that his interest in the technical aspects of photography began.

He was inspired by the diversity of the streets of India, the temple architecture of Nepal and the magnificence of the Himalayan landscape, as well as game viewing from the back of an elephant as experienced in Chitwan National Park.

Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Clive trawls the streets of his home town to capture the richness of the "rainbow nation" and travels all over southern and east Africa searching for compelling wildlife photographs. Moreover, he is constantly on the lookout for new countries to explore in order to perfect his art.

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Lucas captured the red billed hornbill while in the Kruger, South Africa in 2014.

  1. Style number: 92901
  2. Collaborating artist: Lucas Grant
  3. Unisex: 60 x 180 cm modal 85% / silk 15%

Red-billed hornbill

Lucas Grant was born and raised in rural Zimbabwe.

His formative years were spent in close proximity to the wild and that bond has remained with him. He went on to study Fine Arts at Rhodes University in South Africa, achieving Honours with Distinctions.

Lucas then began life in earnest as a wildlife artist, holding a solo exhibition in Cape Town as well as being chosen to display at the prestigious David Shepherd Wildlife Art Exhibition in London.

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Lucas captured the elephants as he was setting up camp for the night, trekking in Kruger National Park, South Africa in 2008.

  1. Style number: 92900
  2. Collaborating artist: Lucas Grant
  3. Unisex: 60 x 180 cm modal 93% / cashmere 7%

Elephant crossing

Lucas Grant was born and raised in rural Zimbabwe.

His formative years were spent in close proximity to the wild and that bond has remained with him. He went on to study Fine Arts at Rhodes University in South Africa, achieving Honours with Distinctions.

Lucas then began life in earnest as a wildlife artist, holding a solo exhibition in Cape Town as well as being chosen to display at the prestigious David Shepherd Wildlife Art Exhibition in London.

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Clive captured the zebras in the Addo Elephant Park, South Africa in 2013.

  1. Style number: 92834
  2. Collaborating artist: Clive Charlton
  3. Unisex: 60 x 180 cm modal 93% / cashmere 7%

Grazing zebras

Clive Charlton is an accidental photographer. Having grown up in Africa he has always had a keen interest in both wildlife and travel and initially took a camera on his trips mainly for the benefit of his friends. It wasn't until a visit to India, Nepal and a flight over Mount Everest that his interest in the technical aspects of photography began.

He was inspired by the diversity of the streets of India, the temple architecture of Nepal and the magnificence of the Himalayan landscape, as well as game viewing from the back of an elephant as experienced in Chitwan National Park.

Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Clive trawls the streets of his home town to capture the richness of the "rainbow nation" and travels all over southern and east Africa searching for compelling wildlife photographs. Moreover, he is constantly on the lookout for new countries to explore in order to perfect his art.

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Lucas captured the elusive leopard while trekking in Kruger National Park, South Africa in 2014.

  1. Style number: 92899
  2. Collaborating artist: Lucas Grant
  3. Unisex: 60 x 180 cm modal 93% / cashmere 7%

Leopard on a branch

Lucas Grant was born and raised in rural Zimbabwe.

His formative years were spent in close proximity to the wild and that bond has remained with him. He went on to study Fine Arts at Rhodes University in South Africa, achieving Honours with Distinctions.

Lucas then began life in earnest as a wildlife artist, holding a solo exhibition in Cape Town as well as being chosen to display at the prestigious David Shepherd Wildlife Art Exhibition in London.

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The Redrhino Collection is comprised of 9 scarves, each scarf capturing an African moment in wilderness through a lens or with the stroke of a brush.  The artwork is contributed to Redrhino by established and up-and-coming artists, and every scarf carries the artist’s signature and location.

 wallet

Wrapping

Every scarf comes folded inside a unique Redrhino wallet. The enveloping wallet is made in Cape Town from natural hemp and sustainable leather.

Caring for

To ensure that your scarf lasts a lifetime, please hang or fold it after each wear, and place it back in the wallet when travelling. Dry-clean or hand-wash in cold water. Allow for the shedding of a few threads as this occurs naturally with raw edges.

When it’s time to hang up your scarf for good, remember that a scarf for life expects no less than a space on someone’s wall.’

Working at Lapalala

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