We collaborated with over a dozen artists and illustrators from across the world to unveil a new edition of Peace Paper.
Our passion to use creativity for good knows no borders — figuratively and literally: We asked artists and illustrators everywhere from Croatia to Japan to contribute to a new edition of Peace Paper, which is the non-profit we created to channel the use of creativity for good. We were overwhelmed by the response, with more than a dozen well-known artists donating artwork for the charitable gift wrap, which is sold to raise money for peace education.
Check out the feature story in Campaign US to learn more about how the Peace Paper movement has gone worldwide. And visit www.projectpeacepaper.com to get involved.
Some of the featured artists and illustrators include:
- Cachete Jack (Spain)
- Paul Thurbly (England)
- Ana Zaja Petrak (Croatia)
- Eni (Spain)
- Claudia Pearson (England)
- Egle Plytnikaite (Lithuania)
- Eric van den Boom (Netherlands)
- Takeuma (Japan)
- Jaye Kang (China)
- Jason Naylor (New York)
- Jim Dryden (Minneapolis)
"It is truly inspiring to see global artists of this high caliber feel moved to join the cause. It is proof that there are so many in our industry who want to use creativity for good."