Over lockdown, pupil Alex Eisler in the 15s, below, has been busy designing and producing his own fundraising T-shirts for the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Covid-19 Rapid Response Fund.
Alex has designed two different T-shirts. His first design, below, inspired by street art, is clear in its message, telling the corona virus to get lost:
"I thought I would design a T-shirt to express what we all must be feeling right now, even if some of us may have a hard time expressing it. The image, inspired by street art, I hope demonstrates human resilience. After all, don't we all want to tell the virus to GET LOST? I'm sure we do."
I thought I would design a T-shirt to express what we all must be feeling right now...after all, don't we all want to tell the virus to GET LOST? I'm sure we do.
Alex Eisler, 15s pupil and T-shirt designer
His second design, below, shows the four human attributes - harmony, love, interdependence and unity - that Alex feels are essential to bringing humanity together, particular at this challenging time.
"I developed a logo encompassing all four of these concepts, by devising a system of, what I hope to be, universally understood symbols," he explains.
I developed another T-shirt logo that encompasses the four human attributes - harmony, love, interdependence and unity - that I feel are essential to bringing humanity together.
To support the Chelsea and Westminster Covid-19 Rapid Response Fund and to buy one of Alex's T-shirts, please have a look at his website by clicking here: https://www.eyescreamlondon.com
Chief Executive of Chelsea and Westminster, Chris Chaney, has confirmed that Alex's name will appear on the hospital wall in two months given his continuous contribution to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital over the last three years .
He will also be sending Alex an official letter of thanks along with a picture of hospital staff wearing his latest designs , as they too wish to promote these T-shirts internally in order to further increase donations.