Seva.Love’s NFT artist, WhIsBe, and renowned wildlife photographer and filmmaker, Hamid Sardarlaunch an exclusive NFT collection to raise awareness.

LAKE NONA, Florida., April 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Seva.Love, co-founded by a wellness icon, Deepak ChopraMD, and social impact and technology entrepreneur, Poonacha Machaiahget together with NFT artist from Seva.Love, WhIsBe, world renowned wildlife photographer and filmmaker, Hamid Sardarand non-profit animal welfare organization, Animals Australia, to launch “The 3 Bears” rescue mission to shine a light on the ongoing global climate crisis and raise awareness for climate refugees in the animal kingdom. Seva.Love ‘The 3 Bears’ NFT Launch Will Be Ready To Hit April 28 to 8:00 a.m. PT at

While working on a documentary film project in MongoliaSardar witnessed and managed to rescue three juvenile bears, who had been part of a larger brown bear sleuth who had traveled hundreds of miles to escape wildfires ravaging their home in the Siberian taiga in Russia. Arriving in the meadows near Mongolia where they sought to prepare for winter hibernation, they sought out livestock – the only food source they had in an unfamiliar environment – ​​leaving the local nomads terrified. The plight of these bears illustrates the plight of countless animals around the world who are becoming climate change refugees – species driven from their habitats due to destructive human behavior.

The goal of The 3 Bears collaboration is to raise funds to cover all costs associated with transporting and safely releasing the bears to a protected nature reserve. More broadly, this endeavor aims to serve a deeper purpose: according to Sardar, “Our mission is to preserve the uniqueness of Mongolia nomadic culture which is not only the vast habitat of the grasslands or its rare species of plants and animals,” he continues, “It is the spiritual connection with the environment and the animals that is an essential part of the Mongolian soul, which also belongs to the common stock of human consciousness.”

WhIsBe will release a limited amount of its Vandalz-exclusive Good Karma Tokens (GKT) project that will rally its community behind the mission. Sardar will launch his first limited edition NFT photo collection which will be launched on Seva.Love ( to raise funds to support the bear rescue mission. Of this work, WhIsBe shared “It’s amazing to be able to use art with technology to help raise funds, awareness and immediate relief for any situation in the world. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to serve the greater good and have a positive impact.”

Louise BonomiDirector of Development at Animals Australia, also said: “We are proud to support work that embodies our vision: a world where kindness, compassion and respect extend to all beings. Local Head Ranger, Tumursuk’s work in Mongolia advocating for the protection of animals and their natural environment reaches the actors of generational change and dismantles the belief that some animals are less deserving of protection.”

Actor and humanitarian, Gabrielle Wrightwho was integral in forming this group’s partnership, shares that “great stories can only be inspired by a collection of great beings, learning from each other and acknowledging each other’s strengths.” The social impact campaign championed by Seva.Love to save the bears is an outstanding example of love in action for sentient beings.”

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On Hamid Sardar
Hamid Sardar is an award-winning writer, photographer, scholar, explorer and filmmaker based in Paris, France who obtained his doctorate. diploma at Harvard University in Sanskrit and Tibetan studies. For more than twenty years (2000-2020), he has devoted his time to exploring Central Asia, raising awareness of the plight of its diverse nomadic traditions through various cultural preservation projects. His articles, books, award-winning films and photographs have appeared in prestigious publications such as National Geographic, Geo, Le Figaro and Paris Match.

About WhIsBe
WhIsBe is a contemporary artist, who shares his work and his message with a wide range of viewers, spanning both street art and museums, galleries and public installations. Her work is reflective and aims to create discussion and provoke social awareness. Known for his iconic Vandal Gummy series, which emphasizes the juxtaposition of common narratives and stigmas that society has embraced. WhIsBe has previously worked with charities and companies such as Coach, Red Bullthe Art Works Charity Foundation, and recently created a rendition of his Vandal Gummy to help people Ukraine

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