Starting with Friday, 11th September we'll release a new artist collaboration every Friday for four weeks.
We’re collaborating with Project Caritas and a few hand-picked artists to design some very special editions of our carbon-negative and climate-positive mobile cases. Each artist has contributed three amazing designs, each of which will be available to purchase in an online auction.
The money from the sales will be donated to the Global COVID-19 relief fund to help stop the virus's spread and give communities on the front lines of the crisis the resources they need to act quickly and protect the most vulnerable.
Project Caritas is a non-profit YouTube channel that reviews sustainable products and organisations that go above and beyond to tackle major social problems.
Helena is an internationally acclaimed artist based in London. Through her work, she explores ideas of ecological philosophy and connectivity.
Her abstract works are bold and colourful, often dominated by blues representing peace and tranquillity.
“Do what you love, don’t be afraid to take that leap of faith. Create every day and believe in yourself” – Helena Jay
Eloise is a self-taught artist based in London. Her work draws inspiration from her love of skateboarding and storytelling.
She likes to take her characters on journeys through different environments and emotional states, from watercolour nature scenes to scratchy ink city scapes.
Previous collaborations include Vans, Nike, and now us. :)
Activism through art plays a hugely important role in our society." - Eloise Dörr.
Özlem is an artist originally from Istanbul but now living in London. Her work is heavily influenced by her in depth knowledge of exotic plants and artists such as Kandinsky, Mondrian and Miró.
She merges intellectual concepts with visual ideas, mixing real and imagined organic structures with one another, while dream-like worlds and creatures all converge to create a vivid explosion of the real and fantastic.
"I believe and hope that the climate crisis might shape the way we work, and remove the simplistic goal of economic growth at all costs" - Özlem Thompson.
Ingrid is a Mexican/British artist now residing in London. She gets here inspiration from nature and a daily dose of meditation. She is known for her loose dynamic style and non-sketching approach, also known as "brush dancing".
As well as being an artists, Ingrid also teaches workshops and she held corporative classes with brands such as Harrods and Target.
"Nature has always been an eternal source of inspiration for all kind of artists, so I think it is only natural that climate change becomes part of the narrative. I love to see how so many artists have become climate activists through their art, sometimes not even aware of it." - Ingrid Sanchez