This print is inspired by the unique entrance to the Tara Theatre and the world of stories, ideas and dreams that lies beyond.Aroma
This print is inspired by Girls Who Grind, an independent coffee roasters that combines great taste, great design and a mission to empower women in the coffee industry.Difference
This print is inspired by Outcast Foundation and the work they do to help the most marginalised members of our society.
This print is inspired by Local Futures and the work that they do to promote a systemic shift away from the destructive practices of economic globalisation towards localisation.Flower Power
This print is inspired by LandWorks who provide a supported route back into employment and the community for those in prison or at risk of going to prison.Library of Things
This print is inspired by Library of Things, a vibrant space, that lends out useful items in a bid to reduce consumption whilst providing a valuable service to the community it serves.Limits to growth
This print is inspired by Tim Jackson, Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Surrey and his work on the idea of a low growth or no growth economy.Nectar
This print is inspired by Be Enriched and the way in which they use, otherwise discarded food to feed local communities around London.
Negative to Positive
This print is inspired by Craftivist Collective and the way in which they use creativity to change attitudes and turn negatives into positives.New Economy
This print is inspired by Positive Money, a campaign organisation fighting for a money and banking system that supports a fair, sustainable and democratic economy.Splash
This print is inspired by Milk, a social enterprise cafe which offers valuable employment and skills-learning opportunities to asylum seeking and ethnic minority women in Glasgow.Suds
This print is inspired by The Soap Co., an ethical luxury brand that employs people who are visually impaired or otherwise disabled or disadvantaged.Taste of freedom
This print is inspired by Freedom Bakery, an artisan bakery within the grounds of a Glaswegian prison, who reintroduce ex-convicts and those still in custody to employment.Welcome
This print is inspired by Refuweegee, a community-led charity set up to ensure that all refugees arriving in Glasgow are welcomed to the city in true Glaswegian style.