Brighton-based design studio, Evermade, has once again commissioned artists for its latest poster series, this time raising money for the NHS and standing in solidarity with key workers during the COVID-19 pandemic the way they know best – design.
With artwork inspired by the vibrant homemade rainbows we've seen popping up in front windows up, and down the country, 100% of all profits from this limited-edition collection will be donated to NHS Charities Together. The collection features designs by Amelia Graham, Diane Bresson, Super Freak, James Wilson, Hattie Stewart, Katherine Plumb, Paul Farrell, Jenni Sparks, Lucy Sherston, Marylou Faure, Sarah Gordon, Steph Angelis, Thomas Hedger, and more.
The posters are "a symbol of gratitude to all NHS workers," says Evermade. "We've seen families blanket Britain's streets with homemade rainbows one windowsill at a time. We're proud to join this colourful crusade."
"As we all know, support for the NHS is needed now more than ever before," says the studio. "The public continues to imagine up ingenious ways to do just that. From Claps for Carers, which saw Britain cheer on health workers – pots and pans in hand – to the rainbows brightening key worker commutes everywhere, Britain is wearing its appreciation on its sleeve."
Evermade's new range of Evermade Edition prints hopes to raise lots of money for all hard-working medical professionals and hospital workers. You can get your hands on ten diverse designs initially with a host more set to be released for every taste. Go to evermade.com to grab a limited-edition print.