We Like: ‘To The Girls’ A new charity collaboration by Grand Matter

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Discover Grand Matter's charitable collaboration 'Girl Up' which aims to empower young girls.

‘To the Girls’ is an empowering digital sticker pack aimed at girls and young women, showcasing 34 designs by a selection of artists from the roster of agency Grand Matter. Profits from downloads are donated to Girl Up, a UN Foundation initiative.

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Sticker designs by Saskia Pomeroy

The campaign…

Girl Up‘ is a charity committed to uniting girls around the globe to affect change in the world and take action. They aim to encourage discussions around themes such as self-confidence and empowerment. Phrases such as “free the nipple” and “my body my choice” were briefed to the participating artists. The final collection featuring a mix of playful and positive stickers, designed by Alice Bowsher, Owen Gildersleeve, Saskia Pomeroy, Toby Triumph and Alec Doherty.

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To The Girls is a new campaign by Grand Matter artists

Alice Bowsher’s playful illustrations encourage body confidence. Owen Gildersleeve’s stickers share the message that “pussy grabs back” in a much more graphic way. The entire collection was designed in a colour palette of pastel pink, fiery red and navy blue and is available exclusively on the Apple Store here.

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Sticker designs by Toby Triumph

stickers, Grand Matter, To The Girls, design, illustration

To The girls sticker by Owen Gildersleeve

stickers, Grand Matter, To The Girls, design, illustration

Sticker designer by Alice Bowsher

stickers, Grand Matter, To The Girls, design, illustration

To The Girls stickers by Alec Doherty

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Posted on Nov 22nd, 17 by | Twitter: @HeadlessGreg

Headless Greg is the pseudonym of Scottish illustrator Greg McIndoe. Often found hunting for creative ideas and inspiration online and in books and magazines, he joined Inkygoodness in 2014 as a regular columnist.

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