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SODA STUDIO AND EVERPRESS HAVE UNITED TO RUN A NEW CAMPAIGN TO RAISE MONEY AND AWARENESS FOR THE CHILDHOOD TRUST

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– a fundraising and grant-making group working with grassroots charities to help alleviate the impact of child poverty in London.
 
The project has been set-up under the theme of ‘sanctuary’, with a number of London’s designers, illustrators and architectural practices creating one-off artworks that will be printed on limited edition t-shirts.

Posted 12 October 2018

With all designers giving their time for free, 100% of profits from the t-shirts will go directly to The Childhood Trust, helping them to support vulnerable children living in poverty in London.
 
Creatives from across the city have worked on t-shirt designs, depicted through a variety of mediums, including typography, illustration and photography.
 
T-shirts will be available from SODA Studio and Zaha Hadid Design; artists Corin Kennington and Jonny Gent; designers Hato, Pentagram, Lovers and Here Design; illustrators Inari Sirola, Jamie Edler and Lawrence Slater; photographer Lewis Khan; and architects DK-CM.
 
Informed by Zaha Hadid’s paintings for the 1992 exhibition design of “The Great Utopia” at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the t-shirt by Zaha Hadid Design conveys Hadid’s early influence by the Russian avant-garde, whose radical new ideas to revitalize society and create a sanctuary for all she so championed. Hadid set out to build their revolution.
 
The t-shirt by Zaha Hadid Design can be purchased online until November 1st 2018 here.
 
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The Childhood Trust
 

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