LET'S DO GOODS
Sterren in Amsterdam
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Let's do Goods socks are designed by artists with lived experience in the field of homelessness, addiction or psychiatry. They are also called outsider artists. Let's do Goods gives them a stage for their story and work on their socks.
On top of this, a pair of socks is donated to peoples in need for every pair of socks sold, in collaboration with The Salvation Army, Quiet, Food Banks and local partners.
Discover the artist Mijail Andres Talledo Pacheco:
Andres was born in Lima and arrived in the Netherlands alone as an 8-year-old boy. Through various homes and without a family, he grows up into a creative "wandering" artist. Just like Van Gogh, according to him. He used visiting museums as a way to integrate in the Netherlands and he eventually exhibited his own work in Rambler, Amsterdam. Andres sees making art as a renovation of himself, as keeping a diary with his creativity.
His creativity is reflected in the colorful versatile patterns he designs. Like, for example, the work on our sock. We got to know Andres at THUIS, a recovery-oriented sanctuary of the Salvation Army. The walls are covered with his work. We are therefore proud that Andres designed this sock for us.
This artwork is made of: 95% Cotton, 3% Polyester, 2% Elastane / Size: 36-40