About Us

Save the Birds Design starts new collection using Endangered Languages

You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy Yiddish Merchandise!
Since we are using endangered languages in my artwork, it seemed natural to include Yiddish, my parent’s mother tongue. Before WW2, there were 11 million Yiddish speakers in Europe. Now, seventy-five years after the Holocaust, there are only 150,000 people speaking Yiddish at home. Most of these are members of Hassidic communities and younger students studying at the 20 US college programs that currently offer Yiddish studies.

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Ecological Disaster

Australian Fires Have Incinerated the Habitats of Up To 100 Threatened Species Scientists Warn of an  Ecological Catastrophe as Crucial Habitats of Rare Plants and

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The Design Team

Deborah’s studio assistant Sandra Hernandez works with her to produce the silk-screen designs of endangered birds and endangered languages that are printed on sheets of

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About the Artist

Our founder, Deborah Kruger, is an internationally exhibiting artist whose artwork is made with recycled plastic bags. All of her work is about endangered birds

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