Carry Hope: HORT for Amnesty International
Updated: Aug 20
HORT was founded by designer Eike König in 1994 as a creative playground, an unconventional working environment, and a place where “work and play” can be said in the same sentence. HORT is not just a studio space, but an institution devoted to making ideas come to life—a place to learn, a place to grow, and a place that is still growing.
Amnesty International is a worldwide movement that campaigns for human rights.
“It’s this idea that if we work together, in a creative way—like Amnesty International does—we can become a strong structure that can change things and shape the world to be a better one.”
See the complete set at My Design Shop. There are only 25 of each design, and they all come with a handmade hang tag and are individually numbered. All proceeds will go to the charity that the designer has chosen.
BROWSE OTHER DESIGNERS Atelier Télescopique for Fondation de France
Büro Destruct for Greenpeace
Christoph Niemann for Doctors Without Borders
Deanne Cheuk for Smile Train
Ed Fella for Pacifica Radio
Geoff McFetridge for Gabriella Charter School
James Joyce for Save the Children
Laurent Fetis for The World Wildlife Fund
Rick Valicenti for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Si Scott for The World Wildlife Fund
Spin for Bone Cancer Research UK
**Contest Winner: Sawdust for the British Heart Foundation