Design Porn: Affordable Art for Japan Relief

In the wake of last week’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan, plenty of people are coming up with cre­ative ways to fund raise for relief efforts. One trend that we’ve noticed: a number of graphic designers and artists have released limited-edition artwork inspired by the crisis, making the idea of donating even more of a no brainer. All of the profits from the posters and prints after the jump will go to various charitable organizations helping out in Japan; if you’ve spotted something that we’ve missed, be sure to leave a link to it in the comments.


Designed by Max Erdenberger of W+K Studio; $25


Designed by Hokusai Tsunami; £100 [via ANIMAL]


Designed by Zac Neulieb; $23


Designed by James White; $30


Imperial Palace Gardens with Wall, Tokyo by Emily Shur; 8″x10″ ($20) | 11″x14″ ($50) | 16″x20″ ($200) | 24″x30″ ($1000)


Designed by Linda Yuki Nakanishi; $20


Designed by ajdimarucot; $17


Designed by Bryan Flynn; $19


Designed by Kaori Hamura; $15


Designed by Rob Dobi; $22