Marini Ferlazzo greeting card - fennec fox

Luxury greeting card with beautiful illustration 'Fennec Fox' printed on textured 100% recycled acid free paper. Each card comes with a recycled envelope. Designed & printed in Melbourne.

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Luxury greeting card with beautiful original illustration printed on textured 100% recycled acid free paper.

Found in the sandy Sahara throughout North Africa, the fennec fox is the smallest fox in the world.  Their distinctive oversized ears radiate body heat to help keep them cool, while thick fur keeps them warm during cold nights and protects them from the heat of the day.

Marini Ferlazzo is a family owned Australian studio based in Melbourne that works with not-for-profit wildlife conservation organisations across the globe.  It was founded by Australian artist Nathan Ferlazzo whose beautiful pen and ink illustrations aim to capture your imagination and inspire active conservation of wildlife. 

'Buddha of the Bush' was drawn especially for the Australian Koala Foundation and includes only flora and fauna native to Australia.

Each card is blank inside and includes a recycled envelope.

you are making a difference:

  • Printed on 100% recycled acid free 300gsm textured paper.
  • Designed and printed in Melbourne, Australia by a family owned business.
  • A portion of each sale is donated to wildlife conservation, supporting a more sustainable future for our planet.


  • Fine 300gsm textured paper, 100% recycled & acid free.
  • Original & intricate artist illustration.
  • Blank inside for your personal message.
  • Includes recycled envelope.

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By on 16 Apr. 2019 (Marini Ferlazzo greeting card - fennec fox) :


Such a sweet card for any occasion, I love that it’s helping with conservation as well.

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