LIMITED EDITION ARTWORK CREATED BY ARTISTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD ON A

MISSION TO HELP SEVERELY MALNOURISHED CHILDREN SURVIVE AND THRIVE.

 

OUR MISSION

For each poster you purchase, we help provide lifesaving, nutritious food to a child for an entire week. Our goal is to provide 100,000 lifesaving meals every year to severely malnourished children. We work closely with Edesia, a non-profit organization who is on a mission to end global hunger and malnutrition.

OUR VISION

Our vision is to see Posters with Purpose hanging on walls around the world, and know that it helped a child survive and thrive. We believe it’s a human right to have access to nutritious healthy food and that it is an essential part of the development of the human race. Through ideas and creativity we can contribute to a larger cause.

LIMITED EDITIONS

Posters with Purpose offers premium, limited edition posters printed on high quality, certified sustainable paper. Contributing artists are hand-picked by PwP and come from all parts the world. Each poster is hand-numbered and only 300 of each art piece will be printed. When an edition is sold out, it’s out. New posters will be printed in collaboration with new artists.

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EAT BEAUTY BY LARS DYHR

Each poster sold helps provide enough nutrient-rich food to feed a malnourished child 3 times a day for an entire week. Thank you!

Making a poster is for me making a simple visual statement, and I think the 3 words in the artwork fits well with the theme.
– Lars Dyhr

THE DETAILS

Limited Edition: only 300 posters of this piece will be printed and hand-numbered.

22” x 28” format

Printed on sustainable high quality matte uncoated 100 lb Classic Crest, recycled FSC certified paper

Printed with fade-resistant, sustainable, soy-based inks

Printed in Los Angeles, CA

Delivered unframed and protected in a 100% recycled 3″ mailing tube

Lars Dyhr / Copenhagen, Denmark

I am an Art Director living in Copenhagen, mainly working with clients within the fashion category. Besides being Creative Director at LOW, I run a small skate/surf company called Black Bay Board Company, and a fashion, art and type magazine called FAT.

I like designing everything from graphics to fashion to lifestyle products… and I don´t believe in being locked into one field of creativity.

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NOBLE SAVAGE BY JUSTIN FRY

Each poster sold helps provide enough nutrient-rich food to feed a malnourished child 3 times a day for an entire week. Thank you!

This painting is about approaching loaded imagery with a light palette and playful design. Not claiming to have any answers, but…? In contemporary life we are surrounded by excess and over-stimulation, subject to the overwhelming flooding of our senses. This is the present condition that we are required to navigate, one which results in a loss of sharpness of sensory experience. We have become a product of this heavily designed environment as it contributes to and constructs our belief systems and identities.
– Justin Fry

THE DETAILS

Limited Edition: only 300 posters of this piece will be printed and hand-numbered.

22” x 28” format

Printed on sustainable high quality matte uncoated 100 lb Classic Crest, recycled FSC certified paper

Printed with fade-resistant, sustainable, soy-based inks

Printed in Los Angeles, CA

Delivered unframed and protected in a 100% recycled 3″ mailing tube

Justin Fry / Los Angeles, CA

My work mixes key elements of the visual languages that reflect my culture and that are used as beacons within the visual white noise that has surrounded me throughout my life.

These elements combine to create fractured hybrid characters that demonstrate the possibility that we are all now fractured individuals taking on parts of our designed environments. Researching my memories has begun to show me clues to what effect my cultural surroundings have had on me, both positive and negative.

Viewing old cartoons, comics, film, magazines and art catalogs, I hunt for bits of “punctum” that attract me, and I organize these bits to be used as a foundation to build a painting upon. These images can be very strong symbols that may hold significant meaning, or they may be attractive to me simply because I have seen them many times in my life, causing them to have been burned into my subconscious.

After collecting, I begin to hunt for new uses for this familiar subject matter and begin stretching and distorting the images, using their recognizable features as a place of departure for my creative process. My paintings are a record of this process.

Outside of painting I often work on photoshoots, doing set design, propping etc.

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STREET BUNNY 3 BY BRIAN EBERHARDT

Each poster sold helps provide enough nutrient-rich food to feed a malnourished child 3 times a day for an entire week. Thank you!

This bunny came to life after I had been obsessed with the street art scene in our old neighborhood in Copenhagen. My van had gotten tagged by a number of known international street artists (not something I gave permission for, but my van ended up looking pretty cool, so I was happy for the inspiration). I had been painting for awhile in a cool little attic studio there, and I wanted to create something that contained graffiti tags and a character, with lots of bright colors. I was inspired by a little French cartoon rabbit I saw in a book. I ended up painting a series of 8 street bunnies, all in different color and expression.
– Brian Eberhardt

THE DETAILS

Limited Edition: only 300 posters of this piece will be printed and hand-numbered.

22” x 28” format

Printed on sustainable high quality matte uncoated 100 lb Classic Crest, recycled FSC certified paper

Printed with fade-resistant, sustainable, soy-based inks

Printed in Los Angeles, CA

Delivered unframed and protected in a 100% recycled 3″ mailing tube

Brian Eberhardt / Venice Beach, CA

Currently, I live in Los Angeles, CA with my wife and daughter. I am a video director and editor, photographer, builder and painter. Man of all trades – I like to try a little of everything to stay inspired. We live in Venice Beach, which is a real mecca for cool street art with a Cali vibe.  I am fascinated with graffiti and street art, and arts & crafts in general.

I’ve traveled a lot and I think it has helped me build a sense of storytelling in my films and other work. I once sailed across the Atlantic in a 100-year old wooden boat, from Rio De Janeiro to Capetown, and we almost didn’t make it. That changed me a bit, but in general, I like to take life one day at a time and see where it takes me.

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STARGAZERS BY THOMAS SIMSBY

Each poster sold helps provide enough nutrient-rich food to feed a malnourished child 3 times a day for an entire week. Thank you!

What I like about Stargazers is the surreal feel. The people are from a book about tourism on the island of Mallorca, Spain, where I’ve spent many vacations. Today we talk about space tourism, and some people are spending fortunes on making it happen. Maybe one day we will be used to that for our summer holidays? Probably not, but the thought is funny. People ought to stay down here, and care more about each other and our planet, and spend the money saving this one – it’s a pretty fantastic place.
– Thomas Simsby

THE DETAILS

Limited Edition: only 300 posters of this piece will be printed and hand-numbered.

22” x 28” format

Printed on sustainable high quality matte uncoated 100 lb Classic Crest, recycled FSC certified paper

Printed with fade-resistant, sustainable, soy-based inks

Printed in Los Angeles, CA

Delivered unframed and protected in a 100% recycled 3″ mailing tube

Thomas Simsby / Copenhagen, Denmark

I create analogue collages out of material I find in old magazines, books and other literature. I usually buy them at flea markets in Copenhagen and on my travels. One of my favorite magazines is National Geographic. I keep them in stacks in my living room.

My tools are pretty simple: scalpel, glue, lots of coffee and jazz on the radio. My process is very much like working a puzzle, the only difference is that the motif hasn’t been decided from the beginning. I often work on several collages at once, some are made in just one evening, while others can take a long time to fall into place.

Surrealism is my thing. I love the weirdness and the unexpected connections, mixed with skilled artistry. Max Ernst’s collages from 1922 have been of great influence. I saw the big retrospective exhibition in Vienna in 2013 and was blown away.

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DOWN THE HALL BY HENRIETTE HøEG

Each poster sold helps provide enough nutrient-rich food to feed a malnourished child 3 times a day for an entire week. Thank you!

I can’t always explain the paper clippings that I create. Sometimes they just pop up in my head. I collect paper in all sorts of color, and once I find a design, I look through my piles for a color combination that feels right. For this particular clipping, I saw a photo of a long, empty corridor, with light coming through at the end,  and I was intrigued by the simplicity of the lines and shadows. I think these shapes work well in this combination of earthy and pastel colors, as it creates both a 2D and 3D feel at the same time.
– Henriette Høeg

THE DETAILS

Limited Edition: only 300 posters of this piece will be printed and hand-numbered.

22” x 28” format

Printed on sustainable high quality matte uncoated 100 lb Classic Crest, recycled FSC certified paper

Printed with fade-resistant, sustainable, soy-based inks

Printed in Los Angeles, CA

Delivered unframed and protected in a 100% recycled 3″ mailing tube

Henriette Høeg / Copenhagen, Denmark

I have a background in advertising, design and fashion. Currently, I work at a modern design furniture agency, surrounded by beautiful shapes and colors.

I love to travel – alone, with a friend, with my husband or with my family. I am inspired by things I see on my way: everyday objects, architecture, art, shapes, shadows and cool color combinations.

I live in a house in the suburbs of Copenhagen with my 2 cool girls, my husband (my rock and my buddy), and 2 tame chickens in the backyard. But at a party, you’ll find me on the dance floor. I live and love everyday-life, but when it gets a little tame, like brown paté, it’s time for a trip to the city or abroad to “fill up the tank again.”

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CRAZY WHALE BY FABRICIO LIMA

Each poster sold helps provide enough nutrient-rich food to feed a malnourished child 3 times a day for an entire week. Thank you!

I created this piece out of imaginary figures. I imagined a giant whale that carries a big carnival and some houses and buildings with him, but in contrast he also carries a little dog named Pepe. I got inspired to do something like this because in 10 days, I am relocating once again, moving through cities, changing countries… so somehow this expresses my feelings.
– Fabricion Lima

THE DETAILS

Limited Edition: only 300 posters of this piece will be printed and hand-numbered.

22” x 28” format

Printed on sustainable high quality matte uncoated 100 lb Classic Crest, recycled FSC certified paper

Printed with fade-resistant, sustainable, soy-based inks

Printed in Los Angeles, CA

Delivered unframed and protected in a 100% recycled 3″ mailing tube

Fabricio Lima / São Paulo, Brazil

I’m a Brazilian director/animator from São Paulo. I’m highly addicted to coffee and hats, with a deep passion for traditional animation and illustrations. I also contribute in my free time to a motion/animation blog called Motionographer.com. Right now I am working on a documentary about my friends and the cities around the world they live in.

So far, I have lived in 8 different cities around the planet, but right now I am staying in Buenos Aires (for now!), and have lived with only 2 suitcases for the past 4 years. Now I want to have a more permanent place to live, so I can finally get a dog!

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