Welcome to the Eastpak Artist Studio

EASTPAK bags are already famous for reflecting their users' personalities, almost becoming an extension of their own bodies. Now they have become an extension of the world's foremost creative minds as well, thanks to the EASTPAK Artist Studio. 77 of the continent’s most creative personalities have been selected to produce original creations from a number of limited edition 'blank' EASTPAK bags. The artists have been selected from different backgrounds and include painters, sculptors and poets as well as musicians, graffiti artists and television personalities. EASTPAK is proud to support this select group of artists and the communities that feed their inspiration. All proceeds of sales of these one-of-a-kind creations will be donated to a local charity organisation in each participating country.

EASTPAK Artist Studio. A bag that's as original as you are.



The Belgian Red Cross

The Belgian Red Cross is one of the more than 178 National Societies of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, a world wide action-oriented relief organization.

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The German-wide BJÖRN SCHULZ FOUNDATION was founded in 1996. It is dedicated to providing comprehensive and professional help to families with critically and terminally ill children and young people. The Foundation is passionate about its charter, guided by the understanding that when a child is critically ill, the whole family is affected. Several projects, such as the children’s hospital “SONNENHOF” in Berlin and the ambulant FAMILIENBEGLEITER as well as many honorary helpers help fulfill the Foundation’s commitment. Their work is mostly financed by donations. The foundation is named after a little boy who died at the age of 7 from leukemia.

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The Greek Caravan for Solidarity

The Greek Caravan for Solidarity is an N.G.O. established in 1993. To the present day, the organisation has provided financial support for over 20,000 orphan children in war and disaster-afflicted countries such as Serbia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Palestine, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Haiti and Uganda. The organisation relies exclusively on private donors who undertake the “financial adoption” of a child.

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Hong Kong

Po Leung Kuk

Po Leung Kuk is a charitable organisation with a long history in Hong Kong. It not only provides social welfare, educational, recreational and cultural services but is also committed to the promotion of art and culture, as well as support for the creative industries including and the development of the West Kowloon Cultural District project. The Kuk has also developed a long-term strategy for nurturing talent amongst children of low-income families in the domain of arts and culture. In the area of cultural services, the Kuk operates a Museum which provides guided tours, reference research and seminars to the public. Proceeds from the charity auction will be used to support the Kuk’s arts and cultural education activities.

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HANDICAP...su la testa!

HANDICAP…su la testa! is a non-profit organisation founded in Milan in 1989. As a volunteer association, it provides support for people with intellectual disabilities. The aim of HANDICAP…su la testa! is to provide effective solutions favouring a better integration of people with intellectual disabilities and their families into everyday life.

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The Orange Babies Foundation

The Orange Babies Foundation was established to help pregnant women infected with HIV and their babies in Africa. Orange Babies also provides support for children infected with the virus or otherwise indirectly affected. Orange Babies also works to raise awareness not only in the Netherlands but throughout Europe for the HIV/AIDS problem in Africa. Orange Babies raises money by organising creative events such as exhibitions, fashion shows, music and sports events. Although only a small organisation tackling an immense problem, Orange Babies is of the conviction that doing nothing is not an option.

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Biciboi is an Environmental Workshop operated by Fundació Marianao. As an educational approach, the programme aims to become a tool for youngsters unresponsive to other formal educational resources so they can boost their professional competences, social skills and in turn their employment prospects.

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Teenage Cancer Trust

Every day in the UK, six young people aged between 13 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer, and this number is constantly rising. Usually placed on a children’s hospital ward or with elderly patients, young people’s specific needs are often neglected. Teenage Cancer Trust knows that young people have a much better chance in their fight against cancer if they are treated by teenage cancer experts in an environment tailored to their needs. So we build specialist teenage cancer units in hospitals across the UK, which bring young people together to support each other and are designed to help them best cope with gruelling treatment and long stays in hospital.

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