In October 2020, we were approached by a company called Print Social that specialises in running crowdfunded campaigns for screenprinted tshirts. When they reached out to us, they let us know about an offer they were running in aid of COVID relief where a percentage of their production costs would be donated to a charity of the client’s choice.
And so we hatched a few plans, reached out to a few of our artist friends and created a campaign which offered up six different limited edition tshirt designs created by High Wycombe artists. On top of the money that Print Social donated on our behalf to the charity of our choice (Mental Health UK), we also pledged to donate 10% of our profits to Wycombe Food Hub.
We’re pleased to say that in the end, we were able to sell a total of 55 tshirts, raising a total of £72.88 for our chosen charities in the process. Don’t worry if you missed your chance to grab one, though – we have a limited number of them available on-site and hope to do more campaigns like this again in the future!
Find out more about each of the artists and check out their designs below.
L127 is a symbolist, street artist and prose poet, as well as a co-founder of the arts group known as ‘Creature’.
Find out more by following @L_1_2_7 on Instagram.
Based halfway between London and Oxford in the Chiltern Hells, Decreate destroys visual meh and creates wow with eclectic artworks including murals, signs, canvases, illustration, graphics and more.
Find out more by following @DecreateUK on Instagram or by visiting the Decreate website.
Kalkalata makes music-inspired, neon, street-style, poppy wall art, as well as movies and more.
Find out more by following him on Instagram at @Kalkalatasoundz.
Swoodles are her creation and the name comes from the word Doodles and her initials SW. She’s also a passionate graphic designer, having studied at Southampton Solent University, so Swoodles are designed alongside logos, letterheads, advertising, book creations, and anything else you might need a fun, talented designer for.
Find out more: http://www.sophiejowatson.com/
Dacarter is a guest artist in residence at Wycombe Arts Centre where he created a piece called Disarray, the first in his “Urban Aesthetics” series. The idea was to spontaneously create the type of thing that can be found on walls all over the world in areas that street artists go to on a daily basis, touching on destruction and creation .
Find out more about Dacarter: https://www.dacarter.org/