Go on, spread it.
It’s a crazy and scary time in the world at the moment. No one really knows what to do with themselves.
Here’s what we do know -
1. We should be washing our hands and keeping clean.
2. We should be surrounding ourselves with as much art and positivity as possible!!! (Because, why not?)
That’s when we came up with an idea - to collaborate with self-care brand ZEEP and some of our favourite artists to make the product that we all need right now - hand sanitiser.
Hand Sanity-izer is a Third Drawer Down and ZEEP collaboration with David Shrigley and Magda Archer. It doesn’t JUST kill germs - it comes with unique and loveable packaging that's highly collectable and tradable. Once empty, these bottles will inevitably lead the charge to stimulate post pandemic economic recovery.
Our hand sanity-izer comes in two hand-y sizes.
There’s the 100ml little guy - perfect to keep by your side 24/7 for all emergency de-germing.
And our 250ml table topper - a trusty companion for the family or workplace.
In these tough times, it's important to keep your head up and know that we'll come out of this with a new perspective and lots to celebrate. We hope to bring you a little joy (and sanity) with our hand sanity-isers.
A little bit about our collaborators…
ZEEP’s products are thoughtful on the outside and the inside. They make beautiful self care products that enrich and soothe the body, the mind and the soul through art.
If you haven’t heard of David Shrigley yet, you’ll be thanking us soon. David Shrigley’s work is instantly recognisable. He is a British artist who has come into prominence through his humorous and witty art that satirizes everyday life and awkward interactions. His art reminds us to keep it real.
Magda Archer is a London-based artist and illustrator. She blends kitsch pastel colours and cute-sy animals with cut-throat phrases that make the perfect statement. Her work appears across UK galleries and in collaborations with brands such as Comme Des Garçons and Marc Jacobs.
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