The Wildlife Studio is renowned worldwide for its incredible wildlife photography for sale. From
wildlife prints sought after by collectors, to large animal art canvases gracing the walls of
corporates, to affordable animal prints that everyone can treasure, each one is memorable and
Featured wildlife photos and prints
Alex Jones, founder of The Wildlife Studio, is a wildlife photographer on a mission. He
spends his year travelling to the far-flung corners of the globe in quest of the absolutely
perfect wild animal photograph. These are just some of the favourite moments he’s captured,
now available in a wide choice of animal wall art sizes and options: as a canvas poster or
aluminium print; as framed or unframed art – and even as a limited edition wildlife print.
All are captioned with a title reminiscent of an instant that’s now frozen in time.
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.
In search of a majestic African animal print? Or a cuter-than-cute giraffe poster? A
larger than life elephant canvas? Or a wow-how-close-is-that-panther print? You name it;
The Wildlife Studio has it.
The Wildlife Studio’s latest releases include the bold, the colourful, the show-stopping
… these12 Limited Edition fine art animal prints take inspiration from the Pop Art
Movement. Almost every glass framed wildlife photo is available as an aluminium or
archival pigment print. And each is numbered and signed by Alex Jones.
Gorilla - “Green Pop In Anger”
You wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of this gorilla! This carefully detailed piece of artwork is one of Alex Jones' innovative, Pop Art-inspired pieces available at The Wildlife Studio website. Alex introduced these Pop Art-style animal images on the website in March 2018.
Gorilla - “Red Pop In Anger”
This gorillia is literally seeing red in a variant of Alex Jones' high quality Pop Art-themed art prints. Using expressive close-ups of animal faces and expressions, this awesome gorilla is a notable example of Alex's artisitic repertoire at The Wildlife Studio website.
Panther - “Blue Pop Fixated”
Boasting eye-catching shades of blue, the Fixated Panther piece is available now at The Wildlife Studio website. Glass framed, signed and numbered by Alex Jones, this limited edition Pop Art-inspired piece is a must-have for any fans of art or wildlife.
Panther - “Orange Pop Fixated”
Alex Jones' Fixated Panther is available in a number of limited edition colour prints - this one sees an orange panther against a green background and is another fine example of the Pop Art-influenced style pioneered by the likes of artists Andy Warhol, David Hockney and Keith Haring
Panther - “Pink Pop Fixated”
"This superb piece by Alex Jones depicts a fixated panther against a pink background. Both signed and numbered by Alex, this 60" x 48" glass framed artwork comes with its own authenticated certificate, and is available either as in archival pigment print or aluminium format."
Panther - “Purple Pop Fixated”
With eyes that follow you around the room, the purple version of Alex Jones' acclaimed Fixated Panther artwork is available at the Wildlife Studio website. It takes inspiration from the Pop Art movement made popular in the 1950s and 1960s, and is a striking example of this popular art style.
Panther - “Red Pop Fixated”
A combination of Alex Jones' passion for wildlife imagery and first-class artwork, his limited edition pieces at The Wildlife Studio include the Fixated Panther against a red backdrop. This bright, bold piece is a highly effective example of the Pop Art style.
Tiger - “Orange Pop Big Hugs”
This version of the Cross Eyed Girl Tiger will make a worthy addition to any art gallery or art collection. It's a must for fans of the Pop Art movement or animals. It's one of a limited edition range and is individually signed and numbered by the artist, Alex Jones.
Tiger - “Pink Pop Big Hugs”
Packed full of detail and bold colours, the Pink Cross Eyed Girl Tiger art print is one of the ace artistic results from Alex Jones. It comes with its own special authenticated certificate and has also been signed and numbered, making it a worthy collector's item.
Gorilla - “Yellow Pop In Anger”
Alex Jones' Yellow Gorilla In Anger is a sample of one of his Pop Art-inspired animal artwork pieces available at The Wildlife Studio website. The Pop Art movement was sparked by Richard Hamilton's unusual but eye-catching collage and has been a popular mainstay of the art world since the 1950s.
Tiger “Yellow Pop Big Hugs”
Making an immediate impact, this version of the Cross Eyed Girl Tiger print is a hugely effective contrast of colours. The tiger's colours of orange, cream, light brown, white and black catch the eye even more against a bold bright blue backdrop.
Zebra “Pink Pop Stripes”
An eye-catching and unique piece of artwork by Alex Jones depicts a pink striped zebra. Taking inspiration from the Pop Art movement that debuted in the 1950s, this bold, colourful piece is available now and is both signed and numbered by Alex.