The Rhinos Are Coming!!! is Coming Of Age.
The V&A Waterfront is hosting our growing
crash (herd) of gorgeous fine-art Rhinos. Audiences
of camera-happy fans are snapping thousands
of images every week. Kids adore them -
Designed and painted by talented local artists, famous and emerging, the Rhinos have become a much-loved and familiar sight for visitors to the V&A. The crash spreads awareness far and wide about the plight of our rhinos. The cause is close to the hearts of South Africans and wildlife conservationists nationally and internationally.
Join the movement and sponsor a Rhino.
Your Rhino will become a highly effective
markerting tool to promote your brand on social
media and events. And you will be helping
to raise funds and spread awareness to fight
rhino poaching and help save our endangered
CALL 072 473 5596 to enquire
Artist: Tay Dall
Artist: Anwar Davids
Artist: MrBzar of WeDoGraffiti
The Rhinos Are Coming!!! is created in response to the devastating decades-long assault on our beloved rhino population by poachers, reducing them to just several thousand animals. Rhinos are now at risk of becoming extinct altogether in the wild. A market has been developed in several Asian countries including China, by falsely describing ground-up rhino horn as a cure-all for many human conditions. The value for rhino horn now exceeds the price per kilo of gold.
Rhinos are a part of our wildlife heritage. They must be preserved at all costs. It’s up to us to save them from extinction. The Rhinos Are Coming!!! (TRAC) spreads awareness and raises funds through sponsorship of our Rhinos to help fight the ongoing scourge of rhino poaching.
Our Rhinos are greeting visitors all
around the Waterfront. They dazzle people
at the Watershed Craft Market, knock ‘em dead
at The Flagpole, turn heads at Battery Park
and impress the crowds at Nobel Square.
The Rhinos are the most photographed
attraction on the V&A complex
Our life-size Rhino sculptures are created
by an artist, or group of young artists. A Rhino
was painted by children from the Lalela Project
in Hout Bay. that uplifts kids living in extreme
poverty through art and changes their lives
forever. Our Rhinos are painted by artists
both famous and emerging.
As each sponsorship payment arrives
a portion is donated to our selected
NPC recipient StopRhinoPoaching.com.
100% of funds raised by SRP goes to supply
game reserves on the front line of poaching
with essential services and equipment
to continue to combat poaching
We invite you to benefit your brand by sponsoring a Rhino. There are sponsorship opportunities to suit every pocket.
Artists and our creative communities are invited to participate by designing a fabulous Rhino and showcasing their work to millions.
Everyone loves our Rhinos, especially the kids. And why not ! They‘re drop dead gorgeous and stop people in their tracks.
Our mission is to contribute meaningful funds and to raise awareness for the plight of our rhinos by organising a popular outdoor Art Exhibition which will increase tourism and expose local artists to new markets. We bring together business and the arts on one platform supporting a socially responsible wildlife conservation ideal.