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Ukraine War Posters

Ukraine War Posters

  • Bucha
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    Tanya Yakunova

    Bucha

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The Bucha massacre was the mass murder of Ukrainian civilians by Russian Armed Forces during the temporarily occupation of the Ukrainian city of Bucha near Kyiv. Photographic and video evidence of the massacre emerged on 1 April 2022 after Russian forces were knocked out from the city and shocked the entire world.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Trophies
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    Mari Kinovych

    Trophies

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    You can imagine the poverty of life in Russia by the «trophies» of Russian soldiers. Since the beginning of the full-scale war, the Russians have been invading Ukraine in search of easy loot. They were shocked when they saw how the Ukrainians live – brick houses, hot water, sewerage and refrigerators full with food. The Russian marauders grab everything they see: carpets, pans, menstrual pads, shower gels and shampoos. Among the most popular trophies were toilets, washing machines, boilers, worn socks and underpants

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Refugees
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    Yulia Tveritina

    Refugees

    $250.00

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The war changed the life of every Ukrainian.

    Since the beginning of the full-scale war with the Russian Federation, more than 14.5 million citizens left Ukraine, of which at least 11.7 million people came to the countries of the European Union. In addition, there are 4.7 million internally displaced persons registered in Ukraine. Most of the refugees are women and children, while their husbands and fathers defend their country.

    Approximately 300,000 people remain in the occupied territories, including children.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Catherine II
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    Maksym Palenko

    Catherine II

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Ukraine is getting rid of symbols of the Russian empire in its cities. On this poster, the artist depicted the toppling of the monument to Catherine II in Odesa, emphasizing how many innocent victims of the Ukrainian people the Russian empire eliminated by far and continues to kill.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Izyum
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    Maksym Palenko

    Izyum

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The mass graves near the city of Izyum were found on September 15, 2022, after the liberation of most of the Kharkiv region from Russian troops. During the exhumation, 447 bodies were found: 414 bodies of civilians (194 men, 215 women, 5 children), 22 military personnel, 11 bodies whose gender has not been determined; most of these people died a violent death, 30 bodies have obvious signs of torture (bodies were found with a rope around their neck, with their hands tied, with broken limbs and gunshot wounds, several men had their genitals amputated).

    Graves were located among trees and marked with wooden crosses. Crosses were numbered; many graves were nameless. Local resident Vitaly Borovy was the only one to work in the ritual service during the occupation. He buried the people, collecting bodies around the city. After the de-occupation of Izyum he helped the police to dig up the graves and to establish the names of the dead. So, in grave number 319 was found the body of Ukrainian children’s writer Volodymyr Vakulenko.

    The coat of arms of Izyum are grapes, which the artist depicted next to the cross also directing to the biblical parallels. The inscription on the cross says «unidentified».

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • This Is My Armed Forces! The Ghost of Kyiv
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    Oleksandr Shatokhin

    This Is My Armed Forces! The Ghost of Kyiv

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The Ghost of Kyiv is the nickname given to a mythical MIG-29 Fulcrum flying ace credited with shooting down six Russian planes over Kyiv during the first 30 hours of the full-scaled Russian invasion that began on 24 February 2022. The Ghost of Kyiv quickly became a legend and a morale booster for Ukrainians during the start of the war. In the reality The Ghost of Kyiv is the collective image of the 40th Tactical Aviation Brigade.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Lady Gaaga
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    Maksym Palenko

    Lady Gaaga

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The Hague has become one of the most frequently mentioned cities in Ukraine since the Russian full-scale invasion. Ukrainians strongly believe that someday Putin and company will end in The Hague.

    The name of the city The Hague in Ukrainian language sounds like Gaaga – almost identical to the name of the famous American singer Lady Gaga. In this work, the artist combined The Hague as a symbol of justice, the image of the popular pop-singer, the Hindu deity Kali, and Ukraine personalised as a woman (the Ukrainian elements are the yellow-blue colours as well as corals and a wreath on the figure’s head, which are the traditional features of the Ukrainian female folk dress).

    «Coming soon in all nightmares of Kremlin residents!» - wrote the artist posting this work on his social media.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Olenivka
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    Maksym Palenko

    Olenivka

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The poster represents the martyrdom of the Ukrainian warriors imprisoned by Russians in the occupied town Olenivka.

     

    Those were heroes who for 83 days defended the encircled city of Mariupol and its last stronghold the Azovstal factory.

     

    On the night of July 28-29, 2022, the Russian occupiers intentionally blew up the building where dozens of Azov prisoners were kept in the Olenivka prisoner-of-war camp. As a result of this terrorist act, 53 prisoners died and more than 130 were injured (the crown of thorns on the martyrʼs head is woven from the prisoners’ beds deformed by the blast, as it can be seen at the photo).

     

    The goal of the Russians was to hide the improper conditions and criminal forms of interrogation.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Kyiv
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    Oleh Shcherba

    Kyiv

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Through visual language Oleh Shcherba’s poster tells about the first days of the Russian Federation’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February. The artist depicted the kyivan residential building that was hit by a shell on February 26, lines of men to the military commissariats, who readily entered the ranks of the territorial defence, as well as one of the symbols of Kyiv – The Motherland Monument also ready to defend Ukraine with a raised upwards sword.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Take the Children
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    Julia Tveritina

    Take the Children

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    In the first days of the war, Ukrainian parents tried to take their children out of the cities where Russian troops had invaded. It was a dangerous road because the russian invaders shot many cars even though «Children» was written on them.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Sheltered in Polish Theatre
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    Grassy Oliyko

    Sheltered in Polish Theatre

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Europe receives many refugees from Ukraine fleeing russian aggression. For those who have not yet found housing, public buildings provide shelter. The illustration shows a Polish theatre that sheltered Ukrainians. Like the theatre on the poster Design Museum Dedel also gave shelter to a family of Ukrainian refugees. 

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Children Are The Future
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    Zhenia Polosina

    Children Are The Future

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Children are the future of Ukraine. Adults take care of them as much as possible in this challenging time. We believe that these dark times in basements and bomb shelters will end, and when children grow up, they will warmly remember their defenders.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • February 24, 2022
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    Daria Filippova

    February 24, 2022

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    February 24, 2022, is a terrible date for all Ukrainians. When asked, everyone would describe this date in the same way as the illustrator portrayed it in this picture. Today, Ukrainians are united in their grief. They will also be united while rebuilding their country after the war.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Families Separate
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    Natalija Shulga

    Families Separate

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    During the first month of the full-scale war in Ukraine, about 10 million people were forced to flee their homes. This often causes families to separate. Women take their children and go to a safe place, while men remain in the territorial defence.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Residential Areas
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    Oksana Drachkovska

    Residential Areas

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Ukrainians are forced to evacuate from their homes, which are mercilessly shelled by Russian troops. The shelling is deliberately carried out in residential areas to intimidate people.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Peaceful Protest
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    Tanya Yakunova

    Peaceful Protest

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The peaceful Ukrainian protest is probably the most fearless in the world. In cities occupied by the russian army, people constantly go to rallies to show their indomitable spirit and no fear of russian weapons.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Bombing of Kyiv
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    Olga Shtonda

    Bombing of Kyiv

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Russian propaganda always talks about the great Russia, its mission, and its culture. But, wherever the «russian world» comes, bomb blasts and cries of civilians are heard.

     The poster shows the bombing of Kyiv in the first days of the full-scaled war.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Ukraine Means Courage
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    Romana Ruban

    Ukraine Means Courage

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Ukrainians take on a role they could never have imagined in a peaceful life: a defender, a doctor, a volunteer. Because we believe in the victory of truth and light over evil. Let’s support Ukraine!

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • For Peace / Very Sorry
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    Oleg Gryshchenko

    For Peace / Very Sorry

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Russian propaganda uses deception. It calls war - peace. It says that the russian army brings salvation, but it brings only death and suffering. The russians are hiding behind the words that they can do nothing as long as war crimes are committed with their tacit consent. Our goal is to destroy the Trojan horse of russian propaganda.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Shelling
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    Julia Tveritina

    Shelling

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Even when you are safe during the war, your thoughts are always with the people who suffer from the shelling. Your whole life is focused on this information, and the world can never be the same again.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland, Ukraine. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Guilty
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    Oleksandr Shatokhin

    Guilty

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    The aggressors will never be able to hide their true faces. Ukraine and the whole democratic world will never forgive their crimes.

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    This artist is a member of the Pictoric group. Pictoric is a group of Ukrainian illustrators that created a website https://www.supportukraine-pic.com/ to fight against the Russian aggression in their homeland. They collect and create illustrations, posters, and comic books to support Ukraine and its people, convey true information, and inspire the whole world to fight for freedom and democracy.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • EU/Ukraine
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    Nikita Titov

    EU/Ukraine

    $250.00

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    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    Resisting the invasion of the Russian empire and protecting European values of freedom, Ukraine once again proved to the world that it is a part of the European world. EU membership is not only the goal of the Ukrainian leadership, but also a dream of the whole Ukrainian nation.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • Mariupol
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    Nikita Titov

    Mariupol

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    On March 16, 2022, Russian aircraft bombed the Drama Theatre in Mariupol. Hundreds of peaceful civilians, including many children, hid in it from raids. Also, many residents of Mariupol simply lived in the premises of the theatre, because they lost their homes due to the war. Near the theatre, people wrote on the asphalt with giant letters the word «CHILDREN», hoping for the humanity of the Russian military. To the great horror of all the world Russian plane purposefully dropped a bomb on the building, completely destroying it. As a result of the attack, approximately 300 people died, and about 130 people were saved.

    Currently, the city of Mariupol is almost completely destroyed and is still under the occupation of the Russian Federation

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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  • We Thank the Volunteers!
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    Nikita Titov

    We Thank the Volunteers!

    $250.00

    Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100

    On this poster, the trident – the national coat of arms of Ukraine becomes whole thanks to the many hands – these are the hands of volunteers of Ukraine. We owe the powerful resistance against Russia to the volunteers no less than to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This is how the artist commented his poster: «Volunteers have become such a familiar and everyday word for us, they are already like an integral part of life. You don’t always even think about what they have to go through every day. I just bow to these people and thank them very much! I think each of us already has our own volunteers, to whom we donate at least a little bit, so let’s do it today too!

    Hugs and thanks!» September 15, 2022.

    **All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**

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