I’ve been working with We Heart Arts on a new music themed T-Shirt and Sticker design, to raise funds for their non-profit which helps young people’s creative arts programs across the world.
Doodle For Good is a funky coloring book for older kids and adults, featuring a collection of 24 line drawings by artists from across the globe, including one of my robot creatures! I’m real pleased to be a part of this project and feature alongside a whole load of talented artists.
I recently got involved with an awesome new project run by We Heart Arts, which called for 26 different designers to create a letter from the alphabet, illustrating what they thought was the most awesome thing about life. The collection of artworks are to form a re-imagining of the alphabet, appropriately named The AwesomeBet.
I was assigned the letter H, for which I’ve chosen ‘home’ as the theme for my submission. As boring as it may sound to some, for me, home is one of the most awesome places to be!
The submissions are to be made into a series of A3 posters, plus a picture book to help kids learn the alphabet. All funds raised will be donated to fund young people’s creative arts projects. We Heart Arts will also be donating a free copy of the book to a school for every five copies sold.
There have been some fantastic artworks submitted to the project so far, all of which can be purchased from the We Heart Arts online store here – weheartarts.com/shop
‘100 Houses’ brings together 100 national and international image-makers from illustrators to street artists in support of housing and homelessness charity Shelter.
For those of you who missed the excitement last week – I finally finished my epic Daily Doodle project and completed my 365th illustration on Sunday 20th February, only a few weeks behind schedule.
Daily Doodle is my creative charity fundraising project for 2010. As part of a new year’s resolution, I will be creating a new doodle every day, on a mission to create 365 doodles in 365 days!