Draw for Yemen is a project in collaboration with Amnesty UK which aims to raise awareness to the shocking number of schools destroyed in Yemen over the last 4 years.
        The project aims to put pressure on the British government to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia. Using the visual language of tea towels given out at primary schools, we engaged the public by asking them to draw their own interpretation of a school and sign the petition. The accumulation of these drawings provides a striking visualisation of the number of schools destroyed in the conflict.
        The individual drawings were then stitched together to create a larger tea towel and screen printed on smaller ones to take with you, illustrating the public support of halting arms deals with Saudi Arabia.

w/ Finn Davies, Francis McCullagh, George Thomas and Jacob Tomes
Amnesty UK