Hi everyone, I'm a textile designer from South Korea and I'm currently living in Italy. I worked as a scarf designer in Korea and now I'm a freelancer designer. I'm currently trying to become a vegetarian because I'm very passionate about environmental issues. I am especially sensitive to global warming, especially the arctic sea ice decline. In result, working with Saviour gives me hope that my designs can help with global warming even if it's just a little.
Hi, I’m Blerina Hasani and I’m a wildlife researcher, originally from Kosovo. I live in Tuscany, where I received a master’s degree in Wildlife Management and Conservation. I focused my first research work on monitoring the European wildcat in Abruzzi. I have a deep passion for photography, nature and the mountains in particular. My strong curiosity drives me to explore new places and meet new people and different cultures.
I like cooking, reading fantasy books and watching film and Tv series. Music is my dearest life partner. My biggest dream is to expand my research work on the whole feline world. I care a lot about environmental issues, the preservation of habitats and biodiversity. For this reason, I share the concern about climate change and the conviction that it is necessary to raise people’s awareness about it and to encourage actions on climate justice.
Collaborating with Saviour would mean having the opportunity to make known and support actions against climate change, undertaken by the Coalition for Rainforest Nations. I believe that as human beings we have the task to take care of our planet and not continue to destroy it, or to remain indifferent to all the environmental disasters that have occurred in recent times. So, I think it would be great to have the possibility to be part of this clothing company, which support a such noble cause and allows young people to showcase their works.
Hi! I'm an illustrator based in Queens and originally from Boston, where I got my BFA from MassArt. I practice design, animation, printmaking, and drawing wrinkly things, but what I love most is to make work that explores the breadth of the beautiful, sweaty human condition. Living in this era, it’s hard to ignore the damage we’ve caused to the planet -working with Saviour has given me the opportunity to use my work as a tool to make a difference, to spread a message, and to begin to pay my debt to the earth.
I like banana bread and Discovery Channel cryptid documentaries from 2008; I am afraid of horses. My dream is to see the world's tallest filing cabinet in Burlington, Vermont.