HP Enlists Shepard Fairey, Noma Bar, Jessica Hische and More for "Windows of Hope"

Free, printable artworks that celebrate essential workers and encourage self-isolation.

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As much of the world remains indoors to fight the spread of coronavirus, HP has enlisted a group of internationally-recognized artists to create timely artworks. The “Windows of Hope” initiative yields a host of free, downloadable artworks meant to be printed out and displayed from closed windows.

With participants that include Shepard Fairey, Aaron Draplin, Benny Gold and many more, “Windows of Hope” provides a wide assortment of illustrations for download at a variety of sizes, ideal for displaying to the outside world as a show of support for essential workers or a timely reminder to practice social distancing. Creatives across the globe provided colorful artworks occasionally laden with localized text: Teng Yu’s ‘Stay Home For ____‘ features a mask-wearing cat and the eponymous query in either English or Chinese.

Download art from the “Windows of Hope” project on HP’s website.

Elsewhere, Images for Baltimore realized a print sale to benefit the Maryland Food Bank, currently working to provide free meals to the needy during the coronavirus pandemic.

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