Digital and design studio Future is collaborating with the creative community to design limited-edition posters that shine a light on daily life during the coronavirus pandemic.
Called Life Through Lockdown, you can purchase one of the artworks and help raise money for NHS Charities. Grant Mitchell from Future says: “This is a unique moment in history so we wanted to find a way to capture and showcase creative interpretations of this unique period and at the same time raise some money for the NHS.
“Our project visually records the thoughts, observations, stories and activities happening in homes across the UK, seen through the eyes of the team at Future and our friends in the creative industries. From DIY haircuts to homeschooling, working on the kitchen table to weird dreams, it captures these experiences during this unique period in our lives, creating a lasting record of an unprecedented moment in time.”
Take a look at what’s been produced so far over at www.lifethroughlockdown.co.uk and on Instagram @lifethroughlockdown. Expect to see works by Rick Raby, Matt Lucas, Andy Forshaw, Louise Mora, Gary Whitworth, Leigh Anderson, Graham Bowes, Michael Parry, Steve Waring, and Helen Godley.
Later in the year, Future hopes to hold an exhibition showcasing and celebrating all the submissions with a view to raising further money for the NHS. Go give them some love.