Calverts produced 25 one-off prints for Sarah Corbett, founder of craft and campaign social enterprise Craftivist Collective. The images highlight the range of the Collective’s work and projects, and were made for an exhibition at The Hawkhurst Vault tea rooms in Brick Lane, London.
Sarah’s approach to craftivism is about a more subtle, gentle and less aggressive approach to social change. It’s refreshing to see how creative activism can engage people to think critically and question themselves and others on a range of global issues.
The Collective now has thousands of members, a book release, contributions to many different of publications, TEDx talks, workshops and product sales, as well as successful partnerships with NGOs, arts organisations and universities. Worldwide project exhibitions and high profile collaborations with the likes of cult jewellers Tatty Devine, The V&A and Secret Cinema, have helped extend its reach beyond the normal bounds of activism.
You can find out more about the collective or get involved by contacting them here.
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