A collection of artwork made in the hope of raising money for Japan after the earthquake and tsunami on 11th March 2011

Click on a design to find out where you can buy it or click on one of the links above to donate
For our japanese friends… c’mon!
Ciao!
MamboJambo design

For our japanese friends… c’mon!

Ciao!

MamboJambo design

Tears for Japan.

Tears for Japan.

My father survived the devestating earthquake in Sendai. In support of Japan, I designed and sold hundreds of these logos on various colored t-shirts and sweatshirts.

My father survived the devestating earthquake in Sendai. In support of Japan, I designed and sold hundreds of these logos on various colored t-shirts and sweatshirts.

#SAVEJAPAN

#SAVEJAPAN

wave of heart upon japancaroline notari www.doublecheese.net 

wave of heart upon japan
caroline notari www.doublecheese.net 

Title: Please remember always to forget JapanArtist: Katharina Drasdo, DrasdosScreen print on fabric banners

Title: Please remember always to forget Japan
Artist:
Katharina Drasdo, Drasdos
Screen print on fabric banners

Dear all,I want to introduce you all to a small charity project that me and a couple friends started after the devastating events that occurred last March in Japan. This is the Human Reactor project and you can visit the site at http://be-a-human-reactor.tumblr.com — go to the site to see pictures and a more thorough description of the Human Reactor Project.100% of the donations collected will go towards the International Rescue Committee — an organisation which not only continues to support Japan through local aid groups but who works hard to provide relief for to communities in need worldwide.In exchange for a donation, we are selling Human Reactor coin pouches that can be used as a pin or sewn as a patch or used as a fragrant pouch. Each pouch has a unique hand-stamped number from 0001 to 1000, making each person who purchases a pouch a distinctive ‘human reactor’. If you know anyone who might be interested, please forward this message. Many thanks in advance!All the best,

Dear all,

I want to introduce you all to a small charity project that me and a couple friends started after the devastating events that occurred last March in Japan. This is the Human Reactor project and you can visit the site at http://be-a-human-reactor.tumblr.com — go to the site to see pictures and a more thorough description of the Human Reactor Project.

100% of the donations collected will go towards the International Rescue Committee — an organisation which not only continues to support Japan through local aid groups but who works hard to provide relief for to communities in need worldwide.

In exchange for a donation, we are selling Human Reactor coin pouches that can be used as a pin or sewn as a patch or used as a fragrant pouch. Each pouch has a unique hand-stamped number from 0001 to 1000, making each person who purchases a pouch a distinctive ‘human reactor’. 

If you know anyone who might be interested, please forward this message. Many thanks in advance!

All the best,

Help Japan! Design by Johanna Pizlo
Original version available in paper and cardboard, and copies on photography. Size 20 x 20 cm.
Contact me: info@johannapizlo.com
Look at my website: www.johannapizlo.com

Help Japan! Design by Johanna Pizlo

Original version available in paper and cardboard, and copies on photography. Size 20 x 20 cm.

Contact me: info@johannapizlo.com

Look at my website: www.johannapizlo.com

Title: The Great Wave Off FukushimaFrom: Kadir Asani
Inspired by “The Great Wave Off Kanagawa” from the japanese Artist Hokusai.

Title: The Great Wave Off Fukushima
From: Kadir Asani

Inspired by “The Great Wave Off Kanagawa” from the japanese Artist Hokusai.

Wave City Japan
http://travart.tumblr.com/

Hello,
My name is Gabriel Shiguemoto and I am a Graphic Designer at Brastel Telecom, in Tokyo. 
We have created a special account to collect donations from our users and transfer them to the Japanese Red Cross Society. We collected over ¥300,000 so far.

As a token of our appreciation, we will send a free badge to all our registered customers who kindly offer a donation.
If you are not a costumer, you can register for free at our site: brastel.com

Hello,

My name is Gabriel Shiguemoto and I am a Graphic Designer at Brastel Telecom, in Tokyo. 

We have created a special account to collect donations from our users and transfer them to the Japanese Red Cross Society. We collected over ¥300,000 so far.

As a token of our appreciation, we will send a free badge to all our registered customers who kindly offer a donation.

If you are not a costumer, you can register for free at our site: brastel.com

A thoughtful geisha.

A thoughtful geisha.

You can’t buy Namazu (the japanese demon of earthquakes, punisher of greedy people, click the link for more info), but you can download the PDF and print your own t-shirt (or whatever) in exchange for an optional donation to the Red Cross. Wait, there’s more, you can print and sell Namazu shirts (or whatever) if you donate the profit of your benefit performance to the Red Cross. It’s an experiment in viral charity, so please be fair and don’t make Namazu angry… domo arigato!

You can’t buy Namazu (the japanese demon of earthquakes, punisher of greedy people, click the link for more info), but you can download the PDF and print your own t-shirt (or whatever) in exchange for an optional donation to the Red Cross. Wait, there’s more, you can print and sell Namazu shirts (or whatever) if you donate the profit of your benefit performance to the Red Cross. It’s an experiment in viral charity, so please be fair and don’t make Namazu angry… domo arigato!