Hope You’re Well is a quarantine-friendly collection of games & activities that are intended to keep us entertained and busy in the social distancing era. Proceeds go to mental health and wellness charities and programs across the city of Toronto.
This is the 3rd drop in our Hope You're Well artist series. Alexis Ekeis an illustrator and designer based in Toronto, Ontario. Inspired by renaissance portraits and traditional Japanese art, she aims to illustrate Black women in a contemporary light. Her mission is to expand the representation of black women in design and to evangelize, by creating a space for audiences to deeply reflect on themselves and their relationship with God. Proceeds of this product go to Nia Centre For the Arts -a Toronto-based charity organization that supports, showcases and promotes an appreciation of arts from across the African Diaspora.
This is the second drop in our Hope You're Well artist series. A 500-piece puzzle designed by Julius Campbell (@uptwn). Isolation has allowed the majority of society to self reflect on ones inner needs and desires. Solitude opens up new streams of healthy habits to stimulate the mind in a positive light. Proceeds for this product go to @cmhatoronto. Free iPhone wallpaper available as gift with purchase.
This is the first drop in our Hope You're Well artist series. Standard 52-card deck designed by Adeyemi Adegbesan (@yung.yemi). Each card in the deck features a unique piece of artwork by Adeyemi. His work features a mix of Afrofuturism and Pan-African elements inspired by ancestral traditions and an imagined futuristic culture. Free iPhone wallpaper card available with purchase. Proceeds go to Black Women in Motion (@blackwomeninmotion).