Fresh Words MarketÂ represents a brighter take on the world â€“ where modern art and simple phrases can make your room a little sunnier while also supporting initiatives that help people around the globe. This week, Designed Good is featuring six different prints, all on recycled materials using eco-friendly soy ink, that capture what Fresh Words Market is all about: a movement forÂ good.
For each print sold, Fresh Words Market donatesÂ 10% of the proceeds to an organization that supports women and children. I also love that the prints themselves say something about the connection between adults and kids â€“ that there doesnâ€™t have to be a huge gap between the kind of modern print youâ€™d want for your loft and the fun-loving graphic youâ€™d want next to your kidâ€™s coloring desk.
As movements go, Fresh Words Market is an entirely forward-thinking one: They move upwards and onwards by findingÂ awesome organizations that are making a differenceÂ by providing nutrition, education, healthcare, economic development, and other basic needs to communities.
All of the printsÂ are a fresh combination of art, graphic design, and words. Rebecca Peragine, the artist and creator behind Fresh Words Market, describes the collection as a movement: â€œI want people to feel the mission behind the artwork as they see it, and I also want it to inspire them to be the good when they see it.â€
With each of the organizations that Fresh Words Market partners with, they first ask how they help women and children â€“ and then they just have a conversation about their goals. Fresh Words Market isnâ€™t just sending proceeds out into the world â€“ theyâ€™re connecting with other people who want to makeÂ changes for good.
Check out the rest of the prints!