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10th of October marks the World Mental Health Day. CupOfTherapy tackles heavy topics in a gentle and accessible way. To support this important cause, together with CupOfTherapy we created a collection of print shirts for the whole family.
10th of October marks the World Mental Health Day. This is a day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. CupOfTherapy gives a warm bear hug by combining heartwarming illustrations with thoughtful texts that deal with mental wellbeing. Illustrations share important messages like; it’s normal to face problems and you’re enough just the way you are.
CupOfTherapy was created in 2017 by psychotherapists Antti Ervasti and Elina Rehmonen together with awarded illustrator and graphic designer Matti Pikkujämsä.
CupOfTherapy tackles heavy topics in a gentle and accessible way. To support this important cause, together with CupOfTherapy we created a collection of print shirts for the whole family. Artwork by Matti Pikkujämsä and Antti Ervasti.
The Makia X CupOfTherapy collection is now available at our website & Makia Flagship Store Helsinki. Part of the proceedings of this collaboration will be donated to support children’s mental health and their families’ everyday life through HUS children’s hospital.
“We all face difficult moments in our everyday lives. These difficulties and obstacles we face might be small or large. No matter how difficult the situation might seem, there is always hope for the better. Stay hopeful and trust in the power of kindness.”
Makia Clothing and Alvar Aalto Foundation have partnered up for a first of its kind collaboration. Introducing a collection of timeless streetwear inspired by Alvar Aalto’s groundbreaking work as an architect and designer.
The Makia Raglan Parka has been with us since our first collection and become a staple for us, representing timeless usability with a touch of Nordic contemporary design heritage. For this season we are introducing a new, re-designed version of the Raglan Parka.
Two companies from neighboring countries joined forces to create a collection inspired by the archipelago province of Åland and its long maritime history.