This was created as a collaboration between myself, my daughter, Devon Galpin Clarke, and Mexican artist, Diana Garcia, to create a series of endangered animal drawings to be pasted up around cities as street art to bring the conservation conversation into urban environments and public spaces based on a series of field research trips Devon and I did as Endangered Activism. Devon based the story of the endangered species on the concept of what we lose if we allow extinction to continue and how it has a ripple effect beyond the loss of a single species. We launched the first series of #WhatWeLose in Paris, France together in June 2018 with a city-wide takeover of sixteen walls. Diana teaching Devon the process of pasting. We were invited by the Oxford City Council to paste the series inside the the historic Covered Market a few weeks later, and brought the exhibition home to Colorado with our inclusion at Denver’s CRUSH Walls where we added a black rhino based off our field research in Namibia as a nod to the RiNo art district that hosts CRUSH each year. We expanded the installation to include Devon’s footprint stencil art and my animal road signs to create a multi-media storyline around extinction to takeover the arts district.