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We are Gia (12) and Faris (9) from the SDN 1 Senggigi school on Lombok, Indonesia. You might know us (and our six classmates) from the Face This T-shirt collection we designed, back in 2019. Right now, we’re here to present to you a brand new T-shirt collection, which we created in collaboration with WePresent! This is the digital arts platform of WeTransfer. They supported us in making sure the right artists got to work with our drawings and curating the artworks these artists came up with.

Face This x WePresent

This collection is our very first collaboration with another brand. And creating T-shirts like this is just wonderful. The lovely people at WePresent, the digital arts platform of WeTransfer and B Corp, leveraged its global creative network to find artists who we could collab with. They even wrote a wonderful story about it!  

Computer skills

We wanted to create a new T-shirt collection because we want to learn how to work with computers. Therefore our school managed to get some computers. And we need a proper room to get the computers in, so we can be taught how to use them. This room will be built from the proceeds of the Face This x WePresent T-shirt collection. So get yourself a tee and get us some computer skills!

Zuzanna Rogatty
x Kartini (10)

Zuzanna Rogatty is a Polish designer based in New York & Hawaii. Zuzanna: “I loved getting to learn about Kartini’s story by looking at its visual representation which she created. She pictured so many little situations and people in one drawing! I enjoyed zooming in and analyzing all of the themes which I could take inspiration from.”

Shop this T-shirt and help get Kartini’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: 4eyes

Yukai Du x Ayu (10)

Yukai Du is a Chinese-born illustrator and animation director based in the UK. Her clients include Adobe, Apple, and of course WeTransfer. Yukai collabed with Ayu (10). Ayu: ‘Besides going to the pier of Senggigi, I love drawing,’ says Ayu. No wonder she made a drawing about life on the beach.’ 

Shop this T-shirt and help get Ayu’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: 4eyes

Vartika Sharma x Faris (9)

Vartika Sharma is a designer and illustrator from India. Vartika: “I was so excited about collaborating with Faris to create an artwork together, I had never expected to be able to work on such a special project.”

Shop this T-shirt and help get Faris’ school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: 4eyes

Bernardo Henning x Hafiz (12)

Bernardo Henning is a graphic artist and designer from Argentina. He collabed with Hafiz on this inredible T-shirt. Hafiz (10): ‘Somewhere in the hills near Senggigi, there is this wonderful waterfall. It’s a place not many people know of.’ But Hafiz does. You can see it in his drawing. ‘I like to go there with my friends Taupan and Samsul.’ 

Shop this T-shirt and help get Ayu’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: 4eyes

Sioejeng Tsao x Salsabila (9)

Sioejeng Tsao is an illustrator, activist and feminist from The Netherlands. Sioejeng: “I have never collaborated with a child, but honestly it was such a beautiful experience. I love to look through their eyes and see how they view the world around them. Even in the most horrific situations, they tend to focus on the better things in life.”

Shop this T-shirt and help get Salsabila’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: Stijn Terpstra

KayCeyKal x Ayu (10)

KaCeyKal is an artist and illustrator from the U.S. KaCeyKal: “When I received Ayu’s drawing, my first reaction was that it reminded me a lot of the drawings I would create when I was that age. It was a very nostalgic feeling.”

Shop this T-shirt and help get Ayu’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: 4eyes

Areeba Siddique x Taufan (11)

Areeba Siddique is a Pakistan based illustrator and animator. Areeba: “This collab was such a joyful moment. Taufan’s drawing reflected his innocence and the playfulness he looks at the world with. It also cheered me up and reminded me of the time when I would allow myself to make art with no care in the world. It was definitely like meeting my younger artist self.”

Shop this T-shirt and help get Taufan’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: Stijn Terpstra

Martcellia Liunic x Shafa (8)

Martcellia Lunic is an artist from Indonesia. For this T-shirt she collabed with Shafa (8) from Lombok. Life at the beach is something Shafa really enjoys. “I love the special kind of satay they make over there!” In her drawing you’ll see her favourite food stall at Senggigi beach.

Shop this T-shirt and help get Shafa’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: Stijn Terpstra

Bráulio Amado x Hafiz (12)

Bráulio Amado is a Portuguese graphic designer and illustrator currently living in New York City. Bráulio: “I remember drawing as a child and I had less insecurities and less concerns about whatever people thought about what I drew. It was more fun! I miss that sort of “naive” element in my work nowadays. So collaborating with Hafiz was sort of a reminder of that, which made it super fun.”

Shop this T-shirt and help get Hafiz’ school a computer room!

 
Photo credit: Stijn Terpstra

Meryem Meg x Gia (12)

Meryem Meg is an artist and designer at WeTransfer. Meryem: “I loved all the little elements in her drawings, she created a really detailed portrayal of how she sees and experiences her surfing ground in Senggigi. I was excited and inspired by it and couldn’t wait to get started.”

Shop this T-shirt and help get Gia’s school a computer room!

 

Photo credit: 4eyes

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