In order to raise awareness and funds for Little Sun’s solar energy work, the organisation has teamed with TOMORROW as well as an array of artists. Consequently, the collaboration has lead to a summer-suitable collection that’s available now.
As for what to expect, the offerings are, of course, sustainable. Specifically, the range comprises of PETA-approved, organic cotton t-shirts, sweatshirts and tote bags made from recycled fabrics. Each design is created on a made-to-order basis, printed direct-to-garment with water-based inks to prevent wastage and water pollution.
When it comes to the aesthetics, although the colourways are muted, they, as well as the illustrative prints, are perfect for the warmer months ahead. The artists involved are Pia Riverola, Hye Sea, B.D. Graft and Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk, all of whom created varied work inspired by the Sun, featuring literal and more abstract designs in the forms of illustration and contemporary art.
Take a look at the collection below. If you like what you see then you can buy your favourites now via TOMORROW’s online store. 50% of proceeds from the collection will be equally split between the artists involved, while the other half will be donated to Little Sun.