When you're feeling down, talking with friends and family can be really helpful, but we know it's sometimes difficult to reach out and ask for help. That's where our creative project with two leading illustrators, Ricardo Cavolo and Agathe Sorlet, can help. Show that you are in need of some loving care – or willing to help others who are – by wearing their beautiful heart designs that not only look stylish, but serve a purpose in sending a subtle message to the world that you're open to talking about wellbeing.
Barcelona-based Ricardo's complex and kaleidoscope-like coloured designs are inspired by folk art and tattoo culture. His artworks grace walls around the globe from France to Hong Kong in the form of giant murals, and have also appeared in the pages of books and even on tarot cards.
Agathe, who lives in Bordeaux, France, has a more stylistically simple approach. Clients for her warm and witty line drawings include The New Yorker, The New York Times, Yoplait and WWF.
Here, Ricardo and Agathe talk us through their designs and how you can use them to boost your creativity and connect with others about mental health and wellbeing.