Throughout the global art world, Wildlife Studios are the established source of animal and wildlife prints, offering opportunities for individuals, international businesses and collectors a chance to purchase canvas prints, wall art, framed prints and other art forms of some of the world’s most incredible wild animals.
A Unique Wildlife Portfolio
Wildlife Studio's bespoke, unique portfolio of wildlife photography offers the purchaser an opportunity to collect prints of their own favourite animals to adorn their home, business or unique space. With over 10 years' experience in the business, we are the best qualified studio to provide exactly what you are looking for.
Deer - “I don’t know”
This antelope easily spots watching eyes as its sharp acute senses detect Alex Jones' camera lens pointing in its direction. Staring straight at the camera the antelope is curious.
Taking a stroll through the forest, the black panther is notable for its black pigment, melanin, which causes an effect like printed silk. It's also said that melanin is uesful for dense forest areas, where the levels of light are lower.
Rhinoceros - “Bloody Hell”
A rhinos skin is around 1.5 - 5cm thick and is made up of layers of collagen which are positioned in a lattice structure. Rhinos use mud to protect their skin from the sun, however just like this rhino as they get older their skin shows signs of age.
Fox - “Give Me”
Wildlife photographer Alex Jones recorded the moment of this excitable fox in time for dinner. A gorgeous photograph, taken in the UK, to sum up a fox on the hunt for food. The diet of foxes are largely made of insects, reptiles and birds and can include eggs and plants.
Fox - “Content”
This fox looks devious but content. I can’t help but think it’s about to get into even more trouble. Foxes are normally small-to-medium-sized mammals belonging to the “Canidae” family. Foxes have a flattened skull, upright triangular ears, a pointed slightly upturned snout and a famous long bushy tail.
Hedgehog - “Prepared”
I wonder what it's like down there. I'm safe at the moment on this log but what if I fall off? I'm scared. On second thoughts maybe there are some juicy insects, snails or frogs I could eat. Hmmmm! it’s a bit of a risk but someone has to do it.
Tiger - “Decisions”
Decisions, decisions – What to eat for dinner! Tigers mostly feed on large and medium-sized animals and so we guess the menu for tonight will be gaur, sambar, dog, leopard, python, sloth bears or crocodiles. Hmmmmm Tasty. A tremendous shot of the cross-eyed girl by wildlife photographer Alex Jones.
The Wildlife Studio portfolio comprises of a wide selection of wild-life colourful canvas prints, photo prints, fine-art animal prints, wildlife posters and many more. Visit our store and see our full range of photographs, prints and artwork at an extremely affordable price.
If you don’t find what you are looking for, you can contact us and we can help to source animal images, prints and photos of exactly what you need. Whatever your favourite animal, the space you need to fill or if it is a gift for someone, the Wildlife Studio has it. Personally signed by our founder and wildlife photographer Alex Jones.
The Wildlife Studio’s latest releases the include the mysterious, the secretive Panther images. All our limited editions, signed by Alex Jones, numbered between 1-12 and the wildlife images are available only on aluminium or archival pigment with glass framed.
Wildlife Photography and Conservation Blog
From Alex Jones’ blogs, he gives his soul to the wildlife animals that matter.