In 2018, Gillie and Marc installed The Last Three in the heart of New York City in Astor Place. Following the original installation the incredible 17-foot-tall interactive artwork then travelled to MetroTech Common in Downtown Brooklyn to raise critical awareness about rhino conservation. It has now reached its final destination and will reside permanently at San Antonio Zoo in Texas.
Gillie and Marc will also be creating sculptures in major cities across the globe to raise awareness for other endangered species around the world.
SCULPTURES BY GILLIE AND MARC
Gillie and Marc have already created numerous monumental rhino sculptures, please see below a small selection. For their full portfolio please visit > www.gillieandmarc.com
A RHINO REVOLUTION!
It’s time to start a rhino revolution! Gillie and Marc's interactive art installation is also raising awareness for a government petition.
The sculpture directs visitors to this website, and encourages the public to leave their personal goodbye message to the rhinos. These messages will double-up as a petition which will be used for approaching Chinese and Vietnamese governments about stopping the demand for rhino horns. We cannot let history repeat itself, and education is the key.
The goal is to combine education with the 1-million goodbye message petition in honour of Sudan, Najin and Fatu to effect real and lasting change in rhino conservation!
If you think there is anything you could do to help, please email if you would like any more information about the project!
The Last Three has been shared over 3000 times on social media, been featured in over 300 news articles and been seen by millions of visitors in its two installations.