RBD Oasthaus Design.
What does it take to make the World a better place?
Illustration of a globe with Socially? Ethically? Environmentally? written around it.
I believe four key things.
Man Bag motif. Old fashioned strong man, struggling with a heavy dumbell labelled 21st C.
Men need a positive new definition of masculinity.

Free from outdated ideals of dominance, aggression & strength.

(Ideals still blighting our democracies, businesses, and too many of our homes.)

Hand Bag motif. Female hand gripping a lightning bolt, signifying power.
We need gender equality for humanity to thrive.

Crucial for a fairer and more representative planet.

(White middle-class, middle-aged men still occupy approx. 75% of all Gov, boardroom and media positions.)

School Bag motif. Designed like a school badge, this design features illustrations symbolising play, friendship, exploration. Underneath in a latin-styled scroll is the moto, Keep Larking About.
Children need the freedom to bond, explore, play and create.

Free from passed-down prejudices and with wide-open minds.

(Ultimately, this is where our behaviours and beliefs are shaped.)

Carrier Bag motif. An illustration of Pat the pigeon holding a sign which reads, Come Together.
Society needs to celebrate difference and drive out hate.

As Covid-19 has proven, we are all part of the same human race.

(And healthy, progressive societies need each of us to take part.)

I am proud to support four charities, leading the way with social change.

They are changing laws, behaviours and beliefs and our support is needed now, more than ever before.

I am currently selling a collection of ethically-sourced cotton totes. 40% of the price of every bag is donated to one of the fab four.

Head along to the Caxton Rhode Store and pick up one today.

Or simply donate

You can also make a monetary donation in the same place, by clicking the collection tin below. 100% of all money collected via this button will be distributed evenly amongst the quartet.
Donation button in the shape of a charity box. The message reads #Good With Design
Please also visit Oasthaus Design for further information.
Thank you kindly for your support.

Good Lad Initiative official charity logo that links to their donation page.
The Good Lad Initiative aims to transform the behaviours and attitudes of young men and boys, not otherwise engaged in equality debates.

Visit their website.

Fawcett Society official charity logo that links to their donation page.
The Fawcett Society is the UK’s leading membership charity campaigning for gender equality and women’s rights.

Visit their website.

Diversity Role Models official charity logo that links to their donation page.
Diversity Role Models work with young people to deliver a vision of the world where everyone embraces diversity and can thrive.

Visit their website.

HOPE Not Hate Charitable Trust official charity logo that links to their donation page.
HOPE Not Hate is an anti-fascist, anti-racist campaigns organisation that provides positive antidotes to the politics of hate.

Visit their website.