This classy Unissograff tie contributes towards the educational support and welfare of children living by the minefields of Cambodia.
The artwork, entitled "4 bars", depicts a saxophone player and a bassist engaging in a 4-bar improv battle session, and features drawings made by the children living in villages by the minefields of Cambodia. It was selected for the 2014 LUMEN PRIZE* international art exhibition.
With your purchase, you will be donating 20% of the net proceeds to NPO Terra Renaissance which works locally to help support the children there. The picture is a high-definition "Unissograff Art" digital print, featuring a collage of 50 to 100 layers, a part of which uses the drawings made by children in Cambodia.
Unissograff is art that would be incomplete without children.
A sophisticated design and made from elegant smooth satin with a lustrous sheen, these ties are the epitome of class and come in a choice of classic or skinny widths. Designed exclusively by Unissograff artist ca37, they are hand-made in London.
We recommend dry cleaning only. Small stains can be removed gently by hand a soft cloth and mild detergent in warm water. Do not tumble dry, use washing machine, or wash by hand.
Keep it traditional with this classic necktie. At 90mm wide, it's a solid choice for giving everyday apparel that extra sophisticated finesse. A timeless accessory.
This 60mm skinny tie is a fashion essential, turning smart outfits into trendy style statements. You can easily go from office to night out wearing your skinny tie.
[Donations generated by Cambodian artwork]
Unissograff™ generates funding to support the education and well-being of children in the minefield villages of Cambodia, and the social rehabilitation of young people who were engaged as child soldiers in the civil conflicts of Uganda.
Currently all donations generated by artwork created from the rakugaki drawings made by children in Cambodia are made to Terra Renaissance, an officially certified NPO organisation based in Kyoto which stations its people on the ground in the Kingdom of Cambodia and the Republic of Uganda to actively support the people of these aforementioned areas.
This way we know that our donations are 100% used for the purpose with which they were intended, supporting the areas they were intended for.
↓Find out more about UN recognised NGO and certified NPO Terra Renaissance↓
Certified NPO Terra Renaissance was established in October 2001 with the aim of "realizing a society (world peace) where all lives can exist in safety and peace".
It could be said that Cambodia is the origin of the Terra Renaissance. In 2001, they started a mine removal support project, driven by the impact felt by founder Masaya Onimaru when he first visited the minefields there. Motivated by the belief that removing even just one land mine will unquestionably save a potential victim, they have continued since the organisation was established. In addition, since 2008, they have dispatched expatriate staff to implement a village development support project in the area after landmine removal, and at the same time, individually support the livelihood of families with disabilities, including landmine victims.