Brighton-based design studio, Evermade, has once again commissioned 30+ artists for their latest Evermade Editions in the name of a good cause. This time, the studio is raising money and standing in solidarity with NHS workers during the COVID-19 pandemic the way they know best – design.
With artwork inspired by the vibrant NHS rainbow movement, Evermade introduces technicolor prints destined to bring light to any lockdown living room.
As a symbol of gratitude to all NHS workers, we’ve seen families blanket Britain’s streets with home-made rainbows one windowsill at a time. Now, Evermade is the latest to join this colorful crusade – after all, impactful designs are part of our DNA. Reaching out to fresh and returning collaborators, Evermade asked an array of artists for their take on the multi-colored arc, for a fittingly kaleidoscopic edition.
As we all know, support for the NHS is needed now more than ever before – and the public continues to imagine up ingenious ways to do just that. From Claps for Carers, which saw Britain cheer on health workers – pots and pans in hand – to the rainbows brightening key worker commutes everywhere, Britain is wearing its appreciation on its sleeve.
Evermade hopes to add another ‘thank-you’ to this nationwide show of gratitude. Our new range of Evermade Edition prints aims to raise money for all hard-working medical professionals & hospital workers. That’s why 100% of all profits from this collection will be donated to NHS Charities Together. In response to the urgency of the cause, ten diverse designs are available immediately with a host more set to be released for every taste.
Contributing artists include Mélanie Johnsson, Ricardo Cavolo, Marylou Faure, Steffi Lynn, Lois Ohara, Lucy Sherston, Thomas Hedger, Dan Whitehouse, Jenni Sparks, Sarah Gordon, Peter Judson, Francesca Tiley, Diane Bresson, Amelia Graham, Louise Jones, Katherine Plumb, Simone Noronh, Jocelyn Tsaih, Paul Farrell, Rachel Peck, Lynnie Z, Steph DeAngelis, Hattie Stewart, Meg Lewis, Rachel Denti, Aga Geicko, Bárbara Malagoli, Hand Jazz, James Wilson, Clarissa Burridge.
Art prints are available at our page linked below, and we will be revealing more artwork as the series continues.