A Wild Life For Wildlife

Kensington and Chelsea Art Trail
FINANCIAL DISTRICT, NEW YORK

WILD COUCH PARTY

He Was on a Ride to a Safer Place with Rabbitwoman and Dogman

NEW EXHIBITION IN TORONTO

Wild About Babies

Paternoster Square, London - Exhibition on now
NOW ON SHOW; THE PHILIPPINE CROCODILE AND HIPPO FROM THE

LOVE THE LAST MARCH

San Francisco

EAT TRAVEL PLAY CARE

“Gillie and Marc are the most prolific creators of public art in New York’s history”

- THE NEW YORK TIMES

The Orphans

Bringing elephant conservation to the heart of London

MEET KING NYANI

NOW LOCATED IN SYDNEY, CHICAGO AND NEW YORK

MAKING ART FOR A BETTER TOMORROW

“No one will protect what they don’t care about; and no one will care about what they have never experienced.” - David Attenborough

Our unifying mission is to fill the world with inspiring public art that spreads messages of love, equality, conservation and hope. As public sculpture artists and wildlife activists, our method is to put wildlife front and centre in cities across the planet, making unforgettable experiences and recreating connections with the wild world. We aim to inspire a community that passionately works for change and unity so we can all live in a better world tomorrow.

New Book - Gillie and Marc

This book showcases the power of public art, celebrating Gillie and Marc’s 30-year journey of creating thought-provoking installations that ignite change, inspire hope, and unite communities.

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Public Art Locator Map

You can find Gillie and Marc's work all over the world from New York City to London, Sydney, Paris, Shanghai, San Francisco, Belgium and many more places. Explore by clicking below.

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Commission Public Art

Gillie and Marc can take any idea or commission and bring it to life in the most beautiful and innovative way. Contact us today to talk about all the public art possibilities.

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STREET ART SCULPTURES

In a global street art mission, Little Things Lead To Big Changes is travelling to 1000 locations, proving that together we can make a big difference. While our little acts may seem insignificant, collectively they are huge. We can all make a difference through small acts of kindness and tolerance.

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ART THAT GIVES BACK

OVER $800,000 DONATED

Gillie and Marc have donated over $800,000 to wildlife charities across the globe.

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THE WILD TABLE OF LOVE

Join the most amazing banquet in the world in the heart of London.

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THE WORLD'S BIGGEST SCULPTURE

Our 192-meter-long sculpture was exhibited in Gardens by the Bay, Singapore from May 23 - May 24.

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A WILD LIFE FOR WILDLIFE

Get up close and personal with a rhino, elephant, Giraffe and other endangered species in the heart of London.

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FOR THE KIDS

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LICENSING PROGRAMS

Our new licensing program is available, opening a portal to the extraordinary universe of Rabbitwoman and Dogman. We are excited to pair these iconic characters and our artistic vision in new like-minded and meaningful brand partnerships.

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Wild Table of Love

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TESTIMONIALS

"Immersing thousands of visitors in a captivating blend of art and nature, the "A Wild Life for Wildlife" art exhibit on the Oculus Plaza at World Trade Center offers a unique, interactive, and memorable experience for all that sparks joy and a deep connection with the beauty of the natural world."

Arianna Kane | World Trade Center, NYC

"We had the pleasure to install 4 Gillie & Marc statues as part of a 1.5 art mile “The Golden Mile” project in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. To say these statues were an immediate hit and beloved is a vast understatement! Visitors love interacting with the statues and taking photos. One of my favorite things to do is to find a good spot and observe visitor interactions with the whimsical and beautiful statues. While Golden Gate Park is one of the most visited parks in the US with over 23 million visitors a year - this area of the Park GoldenMileProject.org is enjoying a whopping 36% increase in visitors since the road became car free and we began installing public art. The Gillie & Marc status are a big part of that increase and it joys us to no end to see more San Franciscans and international visitors delight in interacting with this public art."

Patricia Suflita Wilson | Executive Director | The Golden Mile - San Francisco

"Rabbitwoman and Dogman's journey to save endangered wildlife (Children's Book) not only packs a wallop of a message, but it does it with dazzling illustrations and accessible perspective. Bravo!"

Neil Patrick Harris, American actor, singer, writer, producer, and television host

"Flora and fauna are both part of the natural world. Climate change that affects plant habitats, also has an adverse effect on animal life. Gardens by the Bay is pleased to provide a platform for the message behind this inspirational sculpture to reach visitors from all over the world."

Ms May Yeo, Assistant CEO | Gardens by the Bay

"A Wild Life for Wildlife has been incredibly impactful so far at London Bridge City. The interactive exhibition engages successfully with the public to educate and inform and raise vital funds for ZSL, a charity that focuses on wildlife conservation, whilst providing a fun outdoor trail for all to enjoy."

Paige Woodhouse, Place Marketing Manager | London Bridge City

"Wild About Babies immediately made a huge positive impact to Perth Zoo, both aesthetically and from a visitor engagement perspective. They look like they truly belong. In particular, the addition of the Mother Gorilla at the front entrance has given it a real lift and proved to be extremely popular with visitors, staff and local residents."

Claire Wright, Executive Director | Perth Zoo

"Gillie and Marc have been wonderful to work with. We have green-lit five of their art projects over the last year, from the Financial District to Park Avenue. I find art kind of off-putting and stodgy, but Gillie and Marc's is really friendly and engaging. You can sit down and have a coffee with their bronze sculptures. You can’t do that with the Mona Lisa."

Michael Aisner, Vice President | RXR Realty, New York City

“We are proud to support endangered wildlife species by championing the important message of the ‘Love the Last March’ exhibition."

Adam Radwanski, Managing Director Asia Pacific | Silversea Cruises

"Having Gillie and Marc artworks in our restaurants has really taken each space to a new level. Their vibrant and whimsical pieces bring together an element of fun with a classic signature style, which has helped to welcome visitors by creating a more inviting and joyful environment. Our clients constantly comment on the creative and contemporary atmosphere that our locations embody and we are thrilled to have Gillie and Marc works as they are paramount to this feeling."

Tetsuya Wakuda | OAM

"Amongst the more than 650 works on display at Sculptureum in Auckland are a number that were made by Gillie and Marc. The most significant of them is a life size elephant climbing out of a manhole which is  one of our most photographed works on site.  Many people have no interest in art and the Gillie and Marc works that are on display fill an important role in helping them to engage with art."

Anthony Grant | Owner of Sculptureum

"You both have done so much justice to this sculpture. It is more than Bronze or the other materials and elements that comprise it.. It is a symbol of triumph and emancipation from the trauma that First Nation people here and all around this nation are lifting themselves out of and sharing with the world the value of the thousands of generations of footprints left here from their ancestors.. And how this is a valuable key to our national identity and to all of our healing in walking forward together.. Congratulations for working with and achieving such a monumental piece of our Nova..

Jandamarra Cadd | Aboriginal Portrait Artist

"Gillie and Marc share ReForest Now's vision of seeing the immediate and effective restoration of Australian rainforest ecosystems. Through their art they have graciously funded the planting of 340 trees (as of April 2022) to restore a critically endangered ecosystem in northern NSW. We sincerely thank Gillie and Marc, and their community, for contributing and allowing us to act."

Kallen Marecic, Partnerships Manager | ReForest Now

"We loaned about ten Gillie and Marc artworks for our opening night and then decided to purchase them to maintain that opening night atmosphere. Since then, the artworks have become an integral part of the personality of the hotel. Everyone including staff members and guests feels an affinity towards them, in particular Paparazzi. It’s a great way of cementing a different personality to our hotel. Gillie and Marc’s artworks are like adopting an extra member of the family or staff member. They are a lot of fun, and always provide a light moment.”

Bernie Boller, General Manager | Pullman Hotels | Sydney, Australia

“The Run for your Life bronze sculptures are a welcome and striking addition to our Melbourne campus and appreciated by staff and students. Our family of rhinoceros are prompting discussion, delight and curiosity – traits encouraged by our University.”

Adrienne E Clarke, Chancellor Professor | La Trobe University | Melbourne

Something big has arrived at Taronga! Working in philanthropy for a not-for-profit conservation organisation, I’ve worked on a myriad of wildlife projects - but a giant bronze gorilla sculpture was a first! We were honoured to receive the majestic King Nyani, created by renowned artists Gillie and Marc. He’s telling the stories that need to be told in a somewhat different encounter! When you sit in his hand and gaze into his huge soulful eyes, you can’t help but contemplate the wonder of wildlife…and that the future is really in our hands. Western Lowland Gorillas are critically endangered due to illegal poaching and deforestation. King Nyani covers so many bases, from being an incredible artwork to a massive agent of change inspiring our wildlife warrior guests across the generations.

Stephanie Hart, Senior Philanthropy Manager | Taronga Foundation