Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)
Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)
Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)
Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)
Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)
Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)
Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)
Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)

Chimp Friendship Forever (Small Bronze)

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7.9 x 9.1 x 6.7 inch (H*L*W) 8.4 lbs 
20 x 23 x 17 cm (H*L*W) 3.8 kgs


Contemporary Figurative, Wildlife

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Artemis and Athena are the sweetest of friends. They are older ladies who have been in the same family for a long time. They were always there to groom each other, share food, and offer oodles of affection. They really are best friends for life. 


28 and 35

It’s not only us who can make friends, chimps do too! Chimps can often be seen eating together, grooming each other, cuddling, holding hands, but it wasn’t entirely understood to what extent they were actually friends. As it turns out, they are.

In a study done in the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Kenya, chimps were observed to see how they interacted with each other, being paired as friends and non-friends. Once this was established, the researches gave them a task called “the trust game”. Here, each chimp got two choices, they can pull the “no-trust rope” which gives themselves a small non-desirable food (two banana pieces), or it can pull the “trust rope” which gives the other chimp they were paired with a much tastier and larger snack (three banana pieces and three apple slices). The important part was that if they pulled the “trust rope”, their pair has the option to pull it back, therefore giving them a big snack too. 

The study found a big connection with friendship in this task. They were far more likely to pull the “trust rope” if they were friends with their paired chimp than if they weren’t friends. To put it simply, they trust their friends more. It seems that they can form deep emotional bonds with their friends.

​Based off real animals that Gillie and Marc met while studying, the public will be able to meet individual animals. This will help them to realise that there are apes with unique personalities, thoughts and emotions. The loss of one individual is just as devastating as losing an individual human.

With public art, more people will come into contact with these sculptures, will stop and consider them, will take a photograph, and will discuss this with their friends and family. Through this increased exposure, the message of love, family, and conservation will be spread much further than any piece of art in a gallery ever could. It will bring people into close contact and will help them to fall in love. With love comes a greater urge to want to create a change and save the great apes.

​The sculpture will be aligned with the hashtags #LoveTheLast and #ChimpsAreFamily to raise unparalleled awareness about the sculpture’s cause across the globe.

To help protect the great apes you can adopt a chimp and help them via the WWF:

With every purchase of a smaller replica, 30% will go back to WWF. 

Artwork Features
Gillie and Marc love working in bronze for many reasons. Bronze is a very hardy material and will last forever. As experts in coloring bronze, Gillie and Marc enjoy experimenting with their sculptures, adding a splash of color to brighten the work, making it even more unique. > Read more 

For every purchase of a bronze sculpture you will receive a certificate of authenticity, titled, signed, dated and editioned by the artists.

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