Olafur Eliasson‘s Little Sun non-profit, which has as its mission to design and deliver affordable clean energy and inspire people to take climate action, is expanding that ethos through a wearable collection done in partnership with activist brand TOMORROW.
The collection of t shirts, sweaters, and totes were given to a number of artists enlisted for exclusive made-to-order wearables and accessories, including B.D. Graft, Hye Sea, Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk and Pia Riverola.
Staying true to Little Sun’s endeavors and celebrating the concept of eco-conscious clean energy, all illustrations contribute to the joint effort by featuring stylized imagery, which ranges from doodles of groovy suns to swirling abstract shapes that employ sunny hues.
Each piece of clothing is produced exclusively to meet demand, following the conscious mentality that informs both brands, thus minimizing waste, atop PETA-approved organic cotton basics or recycled fabric totes, with water-based inks that further shrink the collection’s carbon footprint. Furthermore, half of the proceeds garnered by each item will benefit the artist while the other half goes to fund Little Sun’s future ventures.
Check out some of the pieces from the collection below and shop the Little Sun collaboration on TOMORROW’s web store.