Sloth - Men's T-ShirtMonique Richards
Buy one, get one half price on our tees that support Silverline Otago! View the collection here.
|Standard (NZD)||Free Over (NZD)|
|Rest of the World*||$30||$600|
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The struggle is real. Challenge the struggle.
Silverline Otago is a student-led, student focused mental health and wellbeing initiative aiming to challenge the struggle that can be student mental health and wellbeing. Silverline aims to engage the University of Otago community in the conversation around mental health and wellbeing in creative and unexpected ways.
And perhaps more importantly, in a way relevant to the student community.
Silverline was initially proposed as a pilot initiative for just six months of 2017. During which time they challenged the student community to “show they give a sh*t” about their mental health and wellbeing. What was quickly realised was that students already gave a damn about their and their friends mental health, they were just looking for an opening into the conversation and a place to show it.
A roaming artist raised on the streets of Stoke, both home & travel are close to Monique’s heart. For Mon, the pencil has taken over & she’s been creating a series of intricate and often humorous work. Living in Barcelona changed the direction of her art dramatically, seeing human faces replaced by lions and lightbulbs, and paper largely replacing canvas.
Monique can also been found prettying up local lane ways with her street art. She simply loves what she does, and her biggest problem is that she can’t draw, or paint, fast enough. A store favourite, Monique has painted several #oneofone board artworks with Paper Rain.