The Simba Art Collective

Five exclusive and unique designs available to buy - with all profits going to Crisis.

The comfort of foam with the support of 2,500 patented conical pocket springs.

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D*Face

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Natasha Law
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Freebeez

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Camille Walal
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Kate Moross

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Limited Edition Pre-Order: Estimated Dispatch 18th December

£599
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Join the Simba Art Collective to help homeless people this Christmas

Five exclusive and unique designs available to buy - with all profits going to Crisis.

This winter, with a burst of creative energy, we have commissioned five contemporary (and brilliant) artists to screen-print a limited edition collection of 20 mattresses. And the best thing? All profits from the sales of 100 mattresses will go to Crisis.

The artists are Camille Walala, Natasha Law, Kate Moross and D*Face who have used their talents to show their support towards tackling the loneliness and isolation associated with being homeless at one of the harshest times of the year. The fifth member of the Simba Collective is street artist Freebeez – a Crisis member artist.

The coveted collection is an arresting mix of rich, vivid and dreamily delicate designs which are available exclusively here.

Meet The Artists

Freebeez

Freebeez

After some time travelling around Europe, Freebeez settled in London. With few connections, he ended up living in squats across the capital. While he was homeless, Freebeez concentrated on his art. He came by his name in part because he found materials and inspiration for free on the streets. Freebeez would come to the homelessness charity Crisis to draw, paint and especially screen print. He needed a space – both physical and mental – to create his art.

'Cloud 9'

Freebeez has created a surrealist interpretation of what lies beyond the unconscious in an abstract cloudscape. Featuring floating houses, all-seeing eyes, hearts and heartbreak, the design fuses the everyday bedroom items with the extraordinary.

Freebeez
Freebeez

Camille Walala

If you've spotted Emporio Armani's new accessories collection or walked around East London (or even New York) at any point over the past few years, the chances are you’ve come across some of Camille Walala’s work. A purveyor of positive digital print, her arresting geometric designs are plastered across walls from Great Eastern Street to Redchurch Street.

'The Pop'

Camille has created a signature mixed collage of powerfully positive designs. Known for her love of contrasting tones and Mondrian-esqe art works, the design infuses her signature style with punchy cheerful shapes.

Camille Walala
D*Facez

D*Face

a.k.a Dean Stockton, grew up in the Capital and was the owner and curator for the Outside Institute, London's first contemporary art gallery to focus on street art. Since then he’s collaborated with the likes of Christina Aguilera on her album cover of Bionic, took part in Art Wars at the Saatchi Gallery, and was commissioned by Blink-182 for the cover art of their album California.

'The Boom'

D*Face's subversive interpretation on popular culture is brought to life in his design entitled 'The Boom' – a tongue-in-cheek take on the explosive things that happen in bed. The graphic-art-inspired design is a signature of the artist and is a playful jolt to the senses.

D*Face
Kate Moross

Kate Moross

Award-winning multi-tasking illustrator, art director, director and designer Kate Moross burst on to the creative scene back in 2008 when her love for colour and energetic squiggles caught the eye of anyone and everyone, spawning a host of imitators and propelling her to be one of the most sought after collaborators in the design world.

'Dreams Come True'

A fervent passion for typography, all things geometric and colour, Kate has spent hours applying her magic touch and energetic squiggles to the blanc canvas in a cheeky infectious piece entitled Dreams come true. An unapologetic ode to optimism and playfulness even amongst adults. To bring her design to life in full technicolour 3D, Kate teamed up with renowned Spanish artist; Jenue.

Kate Moross
Natasha Law

Natasha Law

Best known for her graceful silhouettes which lie on the boundaries between high art and high fashion, Natasha Law is known for her paintings which capture the allure of a subject through tone, colour or contrast. Her portraiture conveys delicacy whilst keeping a distinct contemporary feel.

'The Girls Are Out'

The artwork features two softly reclining figures adorning the mattress. This sensual and tonal collage sits comfortably between artwork and a sculpture, with vibrant pink ribbon joining the women in a state of undress.

 Natasha Law