Nadina Ali - Grey People Over Profit T-Shirt
Nadina Ali - Grey People Over Profit T-Shirt

Nadina Ali - Grey People Over Profit T-Shirt

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“People Over Profit” fundraising t-shirt designed by Nadina Ali to raise funds for the AWAJ foundation to support garment workers’ hit by the pandemic.

"I’m a self-taught graphic artist from Marseille, France currently based in London, UK.

I design colourful graphics with a focus on typography as I love colour and bold fonts. I do digital artworks for book covers and campaigns, facillitate workshops and recently started doing art installations.

I’m passionate about social justice, representation and inclusivity and use my work as a medium to address those topics whenever I can. As a colour lover, it’s always a pleasure to spread joy through colourful art too!"

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