To mark London pride 2020, queer collective Love Child have created a tee based on the artwork designed by Ben Rix to coincide with their digital Pride stream .
Proceeds from the sales will be donated to UK QTIBIPOC Emergency relief & Hardship Fund. This fund has been set up to provide short term support to Queer, Trans and Intersex, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTIBIPOC) currently living in the UK who are affected by the outbreak and ongoing lockdown caused by Covid-19.
About Love Child
Love Child, the club night was created in 2018 by Jacob Husely (WYS!/Fabric) and Josh Caffé. The Sunday party celebrates the queer tea dance movement that originated in the 1950s and became an integral part of the LGBTQ+ scene in both New York and London. Love Child records is a musical home showcasing and pioneering queer artists from the local and international community. Each release will work with a queer artist to create artwork and a percentage of the sales from each release will be donated to a different LGBTQ+ charity. The music policy spans disco, house, techno and everything in between; past guests include: Violet, Hannah Holland, Sonikku, Bezier (Honey Soundsystem), Paranoid London, Wes Baggaley, ND Baumecker, Cormac and many more, with club night partnerships with ADONIS and Opulence, building a dynamic queer rave following, for the Sunday events. Initially held at the vaulted underground rooms of Fabric, Love Child aims reclaim the dance floor for the queer community through talks, podcasts and Sunday raves at the Farringdon clubbing institution and beyond. Club culture within London depends on freedom of self expression and sharing love through music in any shape or form, something Love Child embodies. Love Child gives a big smiley face and middle finger to the scene's self imposed segregation, after all clubbing creates communities and brings people together.