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WAR AND PEACE
THROUGH THE EYES
OF A CHILD

WAR AND PEACE THROUGH
THE EYES OF A CHILD

Three t-shirts for a good cause. The artwork on the t-shirts is created by Ukrainian children, either from the safety of a new country or whilst still trapped in Ukraine. We want to share their unique and difficult stories of war – and their hope for peace.
Three t-shirts for a good cause. The artwork on the t-shirts is created by Ukrainian children, either from the safety of a new country or whilst still trapped in Ukraine. We want to share their unique and difficult stories of war – and their hope for peace.
ALL PROFITS WILL BE DONATED TO IMPROVING CONDITIONS
FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN LVIV, UKRAINE
ALL PROFITS WILL BE DONATED
TO IMPROVING CONDITIONS
FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
IN LVIV, UKRAINE
All profits go to a Children's home, caring for mentally handicapped children and young individuals aged 4–30 in Lviv, Ukraine. The residence currently houses 74 individuals and is dedicated to enhancing the conditions for children with disabilities. Unfortunate the Russian invasion has damaged many children's homes, particularly in the eastern part of the country, resulting in the relocation and consolidation of children into homes in more peaceful regions. As a consequence, these already burdened homes are now tasked with accommodating a significantly greater number of children without the necessary increase in capacity or personnel. For instance, the residence in Lviv previously designed for 35 residents must now accommodate 74 individuals using the same resources.

Read the pdf with the full project description here
All profits go to a Children's home, caring for mentally handicapped children and young individuals aged 4–30, Lviv, Ukraine. The residence currently houses 74 individuals and is dedicated to enhancing the conditions for children with disabilities. Unfortunate the Russian invasion has damaged many children's homes, particularly in the eastern part of the country, resulting in the relocation and consolidation of children into homes in more peaceful regions. As a consequence, these already burdened homes are now tasked with accommodating a significantly greater number of children without the necessary increase in capacity or personnel. For instance, the residence in Lviv previously designed for 35 residents must now accommodate 74 individuals using the same resources.

Read the pdf with the full project description here
JOIN US FOR A GOOD CAUSE
JOIN US FOR A GOOD CAUSE
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    Moss Copenhagen - MSCHThe War Logan Print TeeMoss Copenhagen - MSCHThe War Logan Print Tee Moss Copenhagen MSCHThe War Logan Print Tee EUR 34.95 EUR 17.48
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    Moss Copenhagen - MSCHTenderness Logan Print TeeMoss Copenhagen - MSCHTenderness Logan Print Tee Moss Copenhagen MSCHTenderness Logan Print Tee EUR 34.95 EUR 17.48
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    Moss Copenhagen - MSCHThe War Logan Print TeeMoss Copenhagen - MSCHThe War Logan Print Tee Moss Copenhagen MSCHThe War Logan Print Tee EUR 34.95 EUR 17.48
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    Moss Copenhagen - MSCHTenderness Logan Print TeeMoss Copenhagen - MSCHTenderness Logan Print Tee Moss Copenhagen MSCHTenderness Logan Print Tee EUR 34.95 EUR 17.48
ORIGINAL ARTWORK
ORIGINAL ARTWORK
War affects children in unimaginable ways. When Russia invaded Ukraine, the children of Ukraine woke up to a violent new world of brutality and horror – one in which their families were now targeted and attacked by Russia. It is almost impossible for children to process and express the trauma of war. For many, art is a safe medium that allows them to articulate and cope with their worries, fears and anger.
War affects children in unimaginable ways. When Russia invaded Ukraine, the children of Ukraine woke up to a violent new world of brutality and horror – one in which their families were now targeted and attacked by Russia. It is almost impossible for children to process and express the trauma of war. For many, art is a safe medium that allows them to articulate and cope with their worries, fears and anger.
NEWS OF PEACE — BY LILYA, 7 YEARS

"A white dove, like an angel announcing peace. After all, angels announce only good news. We want peace and victory so that we can have children." — Liliya
NEWS OF PEACE
BY LILYA, 7 YEARS

"A white dove, like an angel announcing peace. After all, angels announce only good news. We want peace and victory so that we can have children." — Liliya
THE WAR — BY SVITLANA, 15 YEARS

"Every Ukrainian is now screaming in pain! Even the dumb ones scream! Russian army came to our house! Russian soldiers are killing our fathers and mothers! Rape our sisters! Pain everywhere! we hate the Russian military, Putin, and everyone who advocates war! Now, this hatred gives us the strength to fight! But we have a LOVE! Big and overwhelming! And when this hell is over, we will build a new Ukraine! Every centimeter will be made with love! Glory to Ukraine!" — Svitlana
THE WAR
BY SVITLANA, 15 YEARS

"Every Ukrainian is now screaming in pain! Even the dumb ones scream! Russian army came to our house! Russian soldiers are killing our fathers and mothers! Rape our sisters! Pain everywhere! we hate the Russian military, Putin, and everyone who advocates war! Now, this hatred gives us the strength to fight! But we have a LOVE! Big and overwhelming! And when this hell is over, we will build a new Ukraine! Every centimeter will be made with love! Glory to Ukraine!" — Svitlana
TENDERNESS — BY SOPHIA, 14 YEARS

"It is not so easy to describe tenderness. It is usually difficult for people to find it. In this picture, I tried to show how, only when she reached the top of this “hard" world, she found her place, a place in the soft clouds, where no one will disturb her alone with their tenderness." — Sophia
TENDERNESS
BY SOPHIA, 14 YEARS

"It is not so easy to describe tenderness. It is usually difficult for people to find it. In this picture, I tried to show how, only when she reached the top of this “hard" world, she found her place, a place in the soft clouds, where no one will disturb her alone with their tenderness." — Sophia