Designers Against Child Slavery

Last call for submissions!

Hey everyone!

Today is the deadline for submissions. If you’ve had a WIP going finish that bad boy up and get it in! Submissions may be sent to If you have any PR related or spontaneous questions, please email Richard Roberts at Thanks to everyone who has submitted thus far, and we look forward to seeing the rest of your work!

All the best,

The DACS Staff

After a year of work, we are happy to announce that the new DACS exhibition, “Episodes” is less than 48 hours from releasing! 
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New York City Exhibition is Official!

The New York Exhibition is finally official. On Saturday, October 1st DACS will show its newest exhibition live in New York City. The event will be held at the beautiful, 3,000 sq. ft. Red Bull space located in the heart of SoHo.

We would love for all of you guys to make it out, so we’ve outlined some details below that will help you plan to attend! 

Date: Saturday, October 1, 2011
Location: Red Bull Gallery Space
40 Thompson St
(between Grand St & Watts St)
Tentative Time: 7 PM- 12 AM

Thanks for your support, and we look forward to seeing you there! 

All the best,

DACS Staff

Introducing Illustrator: Carole Wilmet

Today we introduce you to Carole Wilmet. We are so excited to have her on board again for our second exhibition. She has already submitted her piece and it was stunning. We cant wait for you guys to see it! Carole is a belgian illustrator based in Liege, Belgium. She started as a freelance illustrator in 2010, and has been rockin’ out ever since. Check out her work at 

Introducing Artist: Cristiano Siqueira

Today we introduce you to Cristiano Siqueria. Cristiano (aka Crisvector) is an illustrator from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Cris is the newest addition to the artist roster for the next DACS exhibition, and we are very excited about his support. Below are a few examples of Cris’s work, but I suggest you go check out all of his work at

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Introducing Artist: Michal Dziekan

Michal Dziekan is a illustrator, character designer, and animation director working at Ars Thanea in Warsaw, Poland. This Guy has some phenomenal skills and has actually just finished his piece for DACS. When Ars Thanea showed it to me this morning I almost fell out of my chair, it was that amazing. Wish I could show it to you, but you will just have to wait until June. 

Introducing Artist: Niki Pilkington

Niki Pilkington is an amazing illustrator residing in Wales, United Kingdom. Niki will be preparing an illustration for the next DACS exhibition, and we are eagerly anticipating her work.

Niki Elsewhere-  

Her Website



Help The Blind Project come up with a name for their new initiative!


Our friends at The Blind Project have two major initiatives, one is Biographe, and the second is ___________.  They don’t have a name for it!  They have come up with some great names, but they are unable to use those due to duplication of names with other organizations.  They have tried, “reveal”, “restore”, “mend”, and nope, nope, and nope…they are all taken.

No worries, because we have you: An army of creative minds, and we are sure you will think of a descriptive, hip, and worthy name for our __________ initiative.

Here are some details.  The Blind Project will accept input on their facebook page until next Saturday, March 6th.   At that time, TBP staff will vote on the names, and announce the chosen name and the winner one week later.  The people that submitted the top three names, as chosen by TBP staff, will receive a TBP logo t-shirt, and our appreciation.

Mission Statement: ___________ is an initiative that focuses on holistic renewal of those people that have been exploited by the commercial sex trade or are part of an at-risk population in South East Asia by offering restorative programs for health and well-being with our partner organizations.

So here is how you can help

  1. Click on the blog and read the bost so you can understand what this initiative is about. (check, you have done this)
  2. Go to their facebook page (Located Here), find the post called, “Help us name our new initiative!”
  3. Leave a comment with the name you came up with, and then tell them what inspired you.  That’s it.
  4. Oh, and tell your friends about this open-source contest!  We always appreciate that.

Read The Blind Projects blog post about this here:

This is what makes DACS so special. The fact that artists from all around the globe are united to fight trafficking. To all the DACS artists, Thanks for being such an inspiration!