This catchy and stylish T-shirt features rakugaki art drawings and paintings made by primary school children in Preah Put village, which sits by the minefields on the border of Cambodia and Thailand, and are based upon the theme of "what I love most about my hometown". Entitled "BOKUSUI", Unissograff artist ca37 created the design in the traditional Asian style of Indian ink paintings.
There are children within every Unissograff™ design.
And it is only when children shine and thrive that the complex world of adults can continue on.
It is our hope that through the fashion that we all love, this message of peace will remain close and remind us of this.
Unissograff is art that would be incomplete without children.
With your purchase, you will be donating 20% of the net proceeds to certified NPO Terra Renaissance which works locally to support the education and welfare of children living by the minefields on the borders of Cambodia.
The artwork is a high-definition "Unissograff Art" digital print, and features drawings made by local children who live in the area.
Designed exclusively by Unissograff artist ca37, it is hand-made in London.
Perhaps you would prefer a different design?
If you would like to order your own original Unissograff item, using an existing design or even one created just for you using your own children's drawings, please check out the link below:
Unissograff Custom Orders.