A MESSAGE FROM P-22
“Ain’t no party like a mountain lion party, cause a mountain lion
party don’t stop!
GET INVOLVED NEXT YEAR!
ATTEND P-22 DAY
You’re invited for my big party.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
There is lots to do to support P-22 Day and Urban Wildlife Week. We'd love your help! Please contact Beth Pratt.
Join the thousands of people helping to #SaveLACougars by donating to the Wildlife Crossing Project.
ARE YOU A TEACHER?
We have educational activities for your classroom, and opportunities for your students to showcase their work at P-22 Day, including funding for transportation. We’ll also bring P-22 Day to you—we offer school talks by our team. Contact Beth Pratt.
WANT TO BE AN EXHIBITOR?
If you are a non-profit organization,government agency, educational institution,researcher or artist, free exhibit space is available to showcase your work on urban wildlife. Contact Leigh Gluck, Event Manager.
REP SOME COUGAR GEAR
Flaunt your support by rocking some #SaveLACougars gear! Visit our shop and browe t-shirts, bags, posters and more!
National Wildlife Federation | National Park Service | Friends of Griffith Park | Santa Monica Mountains
Conservatory | Mountain Recreation and Conservation Authority | Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
County | City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks | Baker Group
and many more organizations and individuals on our event planning committee
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Phil is a New York based graphic artist that has been creating unique and compelling art for the music industry for 25+ years. Through his studio, SMAY Design, he has created unique branding and packaging designs for musical icons ranging from The Velvet Underground and Janis Joplin to AC/DC and Jimi Hendrix, among many others. His work as the branding artist/designer for the Jimi Hendrix Estate has included multiple box sets, posters, shirts, and “Experience Hendrix” Tribute Tour bus designs, as well as the design for Jimi’s gravesite memorial in Renton, WA.
Recent collaborations with the Tedeschi Trucks Band and The Magpie Salute have produced some of his more compelling concert posters and tour merchandise designs which helped land a current partnership working with the upcoming Woodstock 50th anniversary concert, creating a broad range of apparel designs. Other recent projects include designs for the Summer of Love exhibits at the deYoung Museum in San Francisco and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Working with the National Wildlife Federation on the P-22 Festival has been a great experience, as designing for a good cause is infinitely more rewarding than the usual daily grind. Plus, P-22 seems like a pretty cool cat, and even though he’s more of a dog person, he’ll make an exception here.
Working with a combination of his computer, vintage wooden type, pen and ink, found imagery and a passion for creating electric visuals, he’s lucky enough to make a living doing what he always wanted to do when he grew up.
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