'when words fail' Print [Fundraiser]
'when words fail' Print [Fundraiser]
'when words fail' Print [Fundraiser]
'when words fail' Print [Fundraiser]
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'when words fail' Print [Fundraiser]

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  • 100% of your payment will be donated
  • Illustrated by Sirena Varma
  • Limited edition of 50 prints, signed and numbered
  • Premium uncoated 600 gsm archival-quality paper with a bright yellow seam
  • 14.8 x 21 cm each

Heartbroken, helpless, and far away. Our own Sirena Varma, a Lebanese expat living in Sydney, emotionally captures and shares her response, when words failed, to the horrific explosion in Beirut on August 4th.

100% of your payment (excluding shipping costs) will be donated to NGOs and individuals directly impacted by the tragedy - think of the prints as our little thank you for making a donation.

We will equally distribute all funds to the Children's Cancer Center Lebanon and towards disaster relief and reparation for Kafala victims in Lebanon run by Egna Legna Besidet. We will provide updates on our donation and the total funds raised on our social media platforms.

The Children's Cancer Center Lebanon

As an emergency relief response, CCCL has pledged to take care of the treatment of all kids with cancer in Lebanon for the coming 6 months including all needed medications and medical supplies. 7 of their 19 rooms were damaged by the blast and 3 patients were injured. In addition, much of the medical equipment and medications were lost in this tragic catastrophe.

Egna Legna Besidet

'Egna Legna Besidet' work on migrant domestic workers' issues in Lebanon to fight against the injustices of the Kafala system (modern slavery for migrant domestic workers in Lebanon), gender-based violence, and the exploitation of adolescent labour.

As a disaster relief response, they are supporting victims of Kafala affected by the explosion. With the help of donations, they are working to deliver food, clothes, medicine, sanitation necessities, and more to women of over a dozen nationalities.

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    09 Oct 2020
    Eman E.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    Isn't she lovely? Isn't she wonderful? ♫

    - Beautiful, powerful, transcendental sketch? Goosebumps galore. - Durable, long-lasting print? Looks impeccable, feels lush. - Pandemic-defying postage? Hogwarts letter level excitement. - Secure, tasteful packaging? Neater than a newborn in designer swaddle. - Noble, worthy cause? Damehood in the making. - Cathartic expression of national sorrow? شهادتي مجروحة Eternally grateful to Sirena and Twig for making cherished sense out of tragic chaos. Proud print owner xxx

    16 Oct 2020
    Haitham H.
    Canada Canada


    I already knew that the print itself was stunning and expressive , and the quality of the print was super high. The message behind the print and the money donated to Lebanese NGOs was an extra incentive to do make this purchase. Timeless art by wickedly talented artists is priceless. So grateful for TWIG and their initiatives.

    03 Oct 2020
    San Francisco, CA

    Sadness and beauty

    Sadness and beauty in a feminine and deeply expressive portrait of the pain we all hold in our belly . Delighted to own a piece of art from the daughter of my childhood friend ❤️