Watermelons for Palestine: A Work With Indies pop-up shop fundraiser.

A series of illustrations and digital merchandise featuring the watermelon, a symbol of Palestinian resistance.

100% of all proceeds will be donated to organizations providing ongoing humanitarian aid to families in Palestine.

An image of 3 watermelon themed planners and wallpapers.
Various devices each displaying a wallpaper featuring illustrated watermelon characters on a rose colored background.
Various devices each displaying a wallpaper featuring illustrated watermelon characters on a pink colored background.
Various devices each displaying a wallpaper featuring illustrated watermelon characters on a magnolia colored background.
A mockup image of a daily, weekly, and monthly planner.

We Still Love Life

by Murray Somerwolff

Murray's vibrant, loving, and playful illustrations are inspired by the many personal accounts from the people of Palestine who have told us in their books, stories, poems, posts, songs, art, and in the images and videos of their daily life, that despite everything, they "still love life."

This set includes 3 desktop wallpapers, 2 mobile wallpapers, and 3 digital planners to print at home.

Each wallpaper comes in 3 different colors and a variety of sizes to fit your device.

DONATE - $4.99+
An image of 3 watermelon themed planners and wallpapers.
Various devices each displaying a wallpaper of illustrated watermelons on a pink background. An illustrated robot puppy is eating a watermelon.
Various devices displaying a geometric wallpaper full of the red, black, white, and green colors of the flag of Palestine.
A mockup image of a daily, weekly, and monthly planner.

Stripes 😋 Watermelon

by Julie Campbell

Julie's designs feature our mascot Stripes showing his support for Palestine with his trademark emoji "bark". A second, geometric pattern is inspired by the same Palestinian flag prohibited from display in Palestine, giving rise to the use of the watermelon in its place.

This set includes 2 desktop wallpapers, 2 mobile wallpapers, and 3 digital planners to print at home.

Each wallpaper comes in a large and small pattern and a variety of sizes to fit your device.

DONATE - $4.99+
Also available on Ko-Fi and our Discord Server Shop.
A picture of the book, They Called Me a Lioness: A Palestinian Girl's Fight for Freedom by Ahed Tamimi and Dena Takruri.
They Called Me a Lioness
by Ahed Tamimi and Dena Takruri

I recently read They Called Me a Lioness, a personal memoir about Ahed's early life growing up in the occupied West Bank of Palestine. Ahed's stories paint both a vivid and somber picture of the relentless harassment, oppression, and violence she and her fellow Palestinians are subject to each and every day.

Ahed's words also inspire. They detail a people who are equally as compassionate as they are courageous. A people who care about and are deeply connected to each other and their land. A people who, defining the word "resilience", in the face of all the hardship and loss they have and continue to experience today, still love life.

"I know I’ll see a free Palestine during my lifetime, and I remain full of hope. How could I not? Despite all the ugliness and pain I’ve endured in my short time alive, I still love life."

"We resist to live because, ultimately, we truly love life

"Laughter sends a powerful message: We’re still alive, we’re still laughing, and we love life."