50X40 DEAR FRIENDS
…The light has faded and the sun has set. Loneliness encased my every moment like a wet blanket. But suddenly, an outstretched hand appeared in front of me. Reaching through the darkness. Breaking through the silence. Smashing through the terrible invisibility. And then there came a little hello that changed everything.
Every year 60,000 children and adolescents in Sweden alone are subject to bullying. For many, the constant attacks lead to depression and suicidal thoughts. The responsibility for these safety of your children rests with us adults. It is up to us to make a difference.
Organization Friends is campaigning for the safety of children. Their efforts are focused where they are needed most. In the classroom and sports grounds, online and in school playgrounds. They ensure that the issue of bullying is taken seriously by decision makers and society as a whole. They run research and development projects. Their strongest driving force is their love for the children!
When you purchase Dear Friends, you are contributing to helping the most vulnerable of our children, any of whom could be my daughter or your son. Our children come first. SEK 25 per poster sold is donated to Friends and their vital work in preventing and stopping bullying and discrimination.
The Poster measure 50×40 cm and is printed on 170 g Munken Polar Rough matte paper to maintain the nice feel of the original in watercolor. Limited edition, when it’s sold out, it is sold out forever.
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…The stars shine on the ceiling and glitter rains down on Miss Della’s brown curls. She dances in time to soft sounds and her unwavering spirit fills the room. Time stands still as Miss Della shares her magic — today it’s glitter and butterflies. Everyone is together here and now; love conquers all.
Della was born with cerebral palsy. It was detected before she was born. Della understands and feels so much, but has never been able to speak or walk. Della’s time with her mother and father is limited. Her time with her siblings is limited.
Della is one of thousands of children who are born with various disorders. She is a symbol for families that live in constant worry about their unwell child — fears that are impossible to comprehend — but, above all, that live with indescribable love for their own miracle.
Miss Della is based on a true story. Read more about her family here.
SEK 25 (Euro 2,5) per each poster sold goes directly to The Swedish Brain Foundation (Hjärnfonden) and its work in the area of brain disease, injury and disability.
The Poster measure 70×50 cm and is printed on 170 g Munken Polar Rough matte paper to maintain the nice feel of the original in watercolor.
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…Frank looks like everyone else but when he lifts his jumper he has a little contraption on his tummy, just above his belly button. At first glance it looks like a clock, but upon closer inspection you see it’s a small compass that points to “Right” or “Wrong”. As you’d expect, Frank takes all the important decisions, although he can only use the compass once a day. He is where our expressions ”trust your gut instinct” and ”listen to your inner compass” come from.
The Poster measure 18×24 cm and is printed on 300g Munken Polar Rough matte paper to maintain the nice feel of the original in watercolor. Limited edition, when it’s sold out, it is sold out forever.
… When Lucy appears on stage she’s always accompanied. With animals constantly about her, she rarely feels lonely. But she realised long ago that not everyone has a best friend and that most people would feel better with a little company from time to time. Luckily for us, Lucy wakes up each morning with a new animal by her side, which she gives away to whoever needs it the most.
The Poster measure 24×18 cm and is printed on 300g Munken Polar Rough matte paper to maintain the nice feel of the original in watercolor. Limited edition, when it’s sold out, it is sold out forever.
…Miss Ines has seen everything. Once the Story Hunters came and managed to capture the treasure from the bottom of the lake without really understanding how much can be destroyed. Ines saw, but didn’t have time to raise the alarm. Today she is equipped and prepared. As a constant reminder, and to stay alert herself, she tells The Lake Stories to the guards. The stories foster preparedness and inner strength.
The Poster measure 50×70 cm and is printed on 170g Munken Polar Rough matte paper to maintain the nice feel of the original in watercolor. Limited edition, when it’s sold out, it is sold out forever.