Marylou Faure, Tishk Barzanji, Biff, Hannah Warren, and Tom Guilmard (all represented by Jelly) have created t-shirt designs to raise money and awareness for End Youth Homelessness.
Funds raised from their sale will support the charity's new Housing Fund, which helps vulnerable homeless young people move into their own homes.
The collection of ethically produced tees for the Home Is Where campaign sees artists interpret what "home" means to them. Each of the designs is reflective of the artists' different styles, and are all united by their message of hope for homeless young people to turn their lives around.
Made from organic cotton, the t-shirts are available for £20 each from the charity's online shop – the same amount it costs to provide a young person with an hour of help with a resettlement professional.
Of her involvement, illustrator Hannah Warren says: "I'm really happy to help this important charity in this creative way. When finishing the sentence 'Home is where…', I thought of a place to relax and be yourself and my design reflects that."