Japan still needs our help. And we’re still stepping up. Here’s a few of my favourites this week.
Katie Rodgers of PAPERFASHION is selling two limited edition prints of Kokeshi Dolls in aid of the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Illustrator Kelly Smith is donating 50 per cent of sales for this limited edition Sadako print to the Australian Red Cross.
Artist Diem Chau raffled off a family of carved crayons for the Japanese Red Cross Society. She raised $6590.00.
Knitwear label Primoeza is raffling off a beautiful knitted sweater for the Australian Red Cross.
Artist and designer Simeon Farrar is giving away his famous Kate Mouse t-shirts for anyone who donates more than £20 to Save The Children by the end of March.
Images courtesy of Katie Rodgers, Kelly Smith, Diem Chau, Primoeza, and Simeon Farrar.