Paul Insect: Peace

Paul Insect: Peace

Throughout history, art has been a witness to war and a champion for peace. A new collaboration with Paul Insect stands in solidarity with everyone impacted by conflict worldwide.

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Paul Insect posters up in london

Peace was created by Paul in response to the war in Ukraine. He began flyposting the work around the UK as an act of solidarity and to champion peace. We have partnered with Paul to create an edition signed screenprint based on Peace to raise funds for the charity – Choose Love.

The making of this Peace poster happened because of the latest war in Ukraine and wanting to show solidarity for all the innocent people who are having their normal lives torn apart due to this new crisis, and to support all the people who have been affected through war or conflict through the years. It comes from a long standing of artistic support for friends who have become victims of war.

Paul Insect

So far, Paul has flyposted his Peace posters in cities across the UK including London, Manchester and Bristol. Posters will be available free of charge at the distribution points listed at the bottom of this page.

Choose Love

Choose Love is a charity that provides refugees and displaced people with everything from lifesaving search and rescue boats to food and legal advice. They work across 15 countries and in just 5 years have reached one million refugees and raised tens of millions for nearly 150 organisations providing support at every stage of migration routes.

To find out more and make a donation, visit Choose Love.

A charitable timed edition

A limited edition signed screenprint edition based on Peace was available for 48 hours only, from 28th April until 30th April. 100% of proceeds was donated to Choose Love, totalling over £52,000.

Pick up your poster

Peace posters will also be available to collect at distribution sites in London, Amsterdam and New York. Pick one up, put it somewhere that people can see it, and then share on social using #paulinsectpeace.

Fly posting across the UK



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