A single T-shirt has the power to spread peace.

A single T-shirt has the power to spread peace.

“It’s time for action, in the name of world peace.”
Major figures who share this vision with UNIQLO have volunteered to design T-shirts expressing their peaceful wishes.
All proceeds will be donated to international organizations supporting those affected by violence, discrimination, armed conflict, and poverty.
The Peace for All project is powered by each and every one of you who wears these T-shirts.
Our wish is for a world in which all people can feel the peace of a future where everyone can live safely together.

UNIQLO will continue to broaden this initiative, working with people all around the world.

*UNIQLO parent company Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. will donate an amount equivalent to all profits (no less than 20% of the selling price) equally among UNHCR, Save the Children Japan, and Plan International Inc. This sales promotion is conducted by Fast Retailing, a parent company of UNIQLO Japan.

Charity T-Shirt

$29.90 each

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Available from Friday, March 15, 2024

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Khaled Hosseini

Khaled Hosseini

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Hakuju Kuiseko

Hakuju Kuiseko

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Moomin

Moomin

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Jason Polan

Jason Polan

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Takeshi Yoro

Takeshi Yoro

Yu Nagaba

Yu Nagaba

ULTRAMAN

ULTRAMAN

Emmanuelle Moureaux

Emmanuelle Moureaux

Herzog & de Meuron

Herzog & de Meuron

Haruka Ayase

Haruka Ayase

Daido Moriyama

Daido Moriyama

Francesco Risso

Francesco Risso

Julian Opie

Julian Opie

Akamai Technologies

Akamai Technologies

Roger Federer

Roger Federer

Basquiat + Christopher Makos (photographer)

Basquiat + Christopher Makos (photographer)

Cristina de Middel, Magnum Photos

Cristina de Middel, Magnum Photos

Dick Bruna

Dick Bruna

Keith Haring

Keith Haring

Lisa Larson

Lisa Larson

PEANUTS

PEANUTS

Wim Wenders

Wim Wenders

Ayumu Hirano

Ayumu Hirano

Shingo Kunieda

Shingo Kunieda

Kei Nishikori

Kei Nishikori

Gordon Reid

Gordon Reid

Adam Scott

Adam Scott

Jonathan Anderson

Jonathan Anderson

Rei Inamoto

Rei Inamoto

Kosuke Kawamura

Kosuke Kawamura

Christophe Lemaire

Christophe Lemaire

Hana Tajima

Hana Tajima

Tadao Ando

Tadao Ando

INES DE LA FRESSANGE

INES DE LA FRESSANGE

Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami

Kashiwa Sato

Kashiwa Sato

Shinya Yamanaka

Shinya Yamanaka

Fundraising report

The total amount of funds raised from sales of T-shirts globally through the PEACE FOR ALL charity project.
The calculation period for donations is from launch on June 17, 2022 through November 30, 2023.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who purchased a T-shirt, and to those who participated in the fundraising activities.

Total funds raised from sales of T-shirts JPY 865,213,500

*Calculated from the total of JPY 865,213,500 at the December 11, 2023 exchange rate of US$1 = JPY 145.

List of Donation Recipients

All profits* from the charity T-shirts purchased will be donated to international organizations to support victims of poverty, discrimination, violence, conflict, and war.

UNHCR

UNHCR

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, leads international action to protect people forced to flee because of conflict and persecution. We deliver life-saving assistance like shelter, food and water; help safeguard fundamental human rights; and develop solutions that ensure people have a safe place to call home where they can build a better future.

Your generous donations have supported a variety of programs.

Thanks to your kind donations, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has provided lifesaving humanitarian support to millions of forcibly displaced people in Ukraine, several neighboring countries, and beyond. UNHCR is also helping Rohingya women refugees in Bangladesh rebuild their lives by learning essential livelihood skills.

Emergency support for forcibly displaced people

Emergency support for forcibly displaced people

Emergency relief for people forced to flee within Ukraine and neighboring countries.

Supporting livelihood among female refugees in Bangladesh

Supporting livelihood among female refugees in Bangladesh

Promoting self-reliance through the development of sewing skills and the production of sanitary products.

Save the Children

Save the Children

Save the Children is an international NGO that works to make children’s rights to survival, development, protection and participation a reality worldwide. It was established in the UK in 1919 and is currently at work in approximately 120 countries.

Your generous donations have supported a variety of programs.

Your donations can help children grow up safe and healthy in some of the world's toughest places to be a child, such as Ukraine and other conflict-affected regions.

Emergency assistance and relief

Emergency assistance and relief

Providing aid to countries like Ukraine facing humanitarian crises.

Educational support in Lebanon

Educational support in Lebanon

Educational support for displaced Syrian children and vulnerable Lebanese children in North Lebanon.

Plan International

Plan International

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization that advances children's rights and equality for girls in more than 75 countries. They strive for a just world, working together with children, young people, their supporters and partners.

Your generous donations have supported a variety of programs.

Donations go toward protecting girls and young women from harmful practices like child marriage, early marriage, and forced marriage and toward realizing a world where girls are respected rather than exploited and can make their own decisions about their life. Projects in relation to eliminating child-early and forced marriage are going to be implemented in Vietnam by Plan International.

Preventing child early and forced marriage (CEFM) in Vietnam

Preventing child early and forced marriage (CEFM) in Vietnam

To improve the condition of boarding schools and increase the capacity for youths, parents, and teachers to protect adolescents and youths, especially girls, from CEFM.

Changing our future through the power of clothing

  • CLOTHING SUPPORT

    CLOTHING SUPPORT

    We donate clothing collected from customers through recycling activities to refugee camps, etc. Working with UNHCR, NPO and NGOs worldwide, we confirm necessary volumes, clothing types, and delivery routes, and ensure the right people are in the right place to conduct effective needs-appropriate clothing support initiatives.

  • DISASTER RECOVERY ASSISTANCE

    DISASTER RECOVERY ASSISTANCE

    After natural disasters in Japan and elsewhere around the world, UNIQLO leverages its store network to provide clothing and financial support to people in affected areas as swiftly as possible.

  • MAKING THE WORLD BETTER FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

    MAKING THE WORLD BETTER FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

    We also leverage our worldwide network to provide learning opportunities so children can fulfill their potential.

  • DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

    DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

    Countless individuals work with us to create clothing that contributes to better living worldwide for these people and our customers. We embrace differences and respect individuality in our commitment to building teams in which all members can excel.

  • Khaled Hosseini

    I grew up flying kites in pre-war Afghanistan and always associate them in my mind with peace. My design is a reminder that we are at our best when we approach one another with dignity and resolve our differences though mutual understanding and respect.

    I grew up flying kites in pre-war Afghanistan and always associate them in my mind with peace. My design is a reminder that we are at our best when we approach one another with dignity and resolve our differences though mutual understanding and respect.

    Khaled Hosseini

    Novelist

    Khaled Hosseini

    Khaled Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1965. In 1980, after the Soviet invasion of his birthplace, Khaled and his family were granted political asylum in the U.S. Khaled studied medicine and practiced as a physician in California until 2004, after which he dedicated himself to writing. He is the author of The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns, and other books. He has served as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, since 2006. In 2008, he launched The Khaled Hosseini Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, which provides humanitarian assistance to the people of Afghanistan. He lives in California.

  • Hakuju Kuiseko

    Stand on the ground and draw a circle around you. If you make it bigger, it will stretch out into the universe, and if you go smaller, it will home in on the self. A circle drawn in one stroke tells you things about your life, about the state of your heart. At the core, our hearts are pure, untainted and free. What do you see?

    Stand on the ground and draw a circle around you. If you make it bigger, it will stretch out into the universe, and if you go smaller, it will home in on the self. A circle drawn in one stroke tells you things about your life, about the state of your heart. At the core, our hearts are pure, untainted and free. What do you see?

    Hakuju Kuiseko

    Calligrapher

    Hakuju Kuiseko

    Born in 1934 in Mori, Shizuoka Prefecture. Graduated from the Faculty of Fine Art at Kyoto Gakugei Daigaku with a focus on calligraphy. Kuiseko’s calligraphic work aspires toward a sense of poise formed by blending an original style with straightforward, classic elements. His ideal is “calligraphy that rings if struck, that gushes if cut.”

  • Moomin

    Moominvalley is a valley of peace. Tove Jansson, the creator of the Moomins, was an ardent pacifist, and in her Moomin stories she created a utopia centered around the welcoming and tolerant Moomin family. The stories feature a diverse set of characters, each valued for their unique qualities. Despite, or maybe because of their differences they all manage to peacefully coexist with each other.

    Moominvalley is a valley of peace. Tove Jansson, the creator of the Moomins, was an ardent pacifist, and in her Moomin stories she created a utopia centered around the welcoming and tolerant Moomin family. The stories feature a diverse set of characters, each valued for their unique qualities. Despite, or maybe because of their differences they all manage to peacefully coexist with each other.

    Moomin

    Novels, Picture Books & Comics

    Moomin

    Tove Jansson created the Moomins in 1945. These lovable characters have gone on to charm millions of fans with their wit and wisdom. Tove Jansson's work is a reflection of an entire life philosophy.

  • Jason Polan

    STRONGER TOGETHER was drawn on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on January 21, 2017. It is part of Every Person in New York, a project that Jason Polan began on September 4, 2008. He drew people he saw in New York City and wherever he was traveling every day, and each night he scanned the drawings and uploaded them to his blog. Jason knew he would not finish this project, and he was totally okay with that. He liked the idea that it would be a project he could work on forever.

    STRONGER TOGETHER was drawn on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on January 21, 2017. It is part of Every Person in New York, a project that Jason Polan began on September 4, 2008. He drew people he saw in New York City and wherever he was traveling every day, and each night he scanned the drawings and uploaded them to his blog. Jason knew he would not finish this project, and he was totally okay with that. He liked the idea that it would be a project he could work on forever.

    Jason Polan

    Artist

    Jason Polan

    Jason Polan, originally from Michigan, lived in New York following college. His work is exhibited all over the world. He was the founding member of Taco Bell Drawing Club. Polan did projects with The New York Times, The Ford Foundation, The New Yorker and more. Polan continued to draw every person in New York until his death from cancer at age 37.

  • Takeshi Yoro

    Focusing on peace makes perfect sense. With so much of the world looking for peace, how can it be any other way? This T-shirt is a tribute to my late cat, Maru. When a stray cat took its food, Maru didn’t get upset until a minute after the other cat was gone. A cat who could not fight. Though perhaps that’s for the best. The time has come to give peace our undivided attention.

    Focusing on peace makes perfect sense. With so much of the world looking for peace, how can it be any other way? This T-shirt is a tribute to my late cat, Maru. When a stray cat took its food, Maru didn’t get upset until a minute after the other cat was gone. A cat who could not fight. Though perhaps that’s for the best. The time has come to give peace our undivided attention.

    Takeshi Yoro

    Anatomist

    Takeshi Yoro

    Born in 1937 in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture. Anatomist. Graduated from the University of Tokyo Faculty of Medicine. Professor Emeritus at the University of Tokyo. Author of the 2003 best-seller The Wall of Fools, he is the recipient of awards from the Shingo Ryukogo Taisho buzzword contest and the Mainichi Publishing Culture Awards. The books in his “Wall” series have sold millions of copies. A known lover of cats and insects, he conceived of the idea for MushizuKa, an innovative memorial to insect life at Kamakura’s Kencho-ji Temple.

  • Yu Nagaba

    Distant Voices, Close Hearts.

    Heartfelt bonds persist even when our loved ones happen to be far away. Sympathy and emotion connect us, transcending distance and borders. Physical distance is an afterthought, because our hearts are always linked.

    Distant Voices, Close Hearts.

    Heartfelt bonds persist even when our loved ones happen to be far away. Sympathy and emotion connect us, transcending distance and borders. Physical distance is an afterthought, because our hearts are always linked.

    Yu Nagaba

    Họa sĩ

    Yu Nagaba

    Born in 1976 in Tokyo, alongside work in advertising and publishing, artist Yu Nagaba has collaborated with famous brands and companies in Japan and abroad. In 2019, he staged the solo exhibition Express More with Less, which showcased a transition from drawing to the medium of canvas. The following year, his show The Last Supper at Gallery SAI in Shibuya drew critical acclaim. Since then, his work has continued to garner attention at home and abroad, with solo exhibitions in Hong Kong and Taiwan and participation in the Chinese art fair WEST BEND.

  • ULTRAMAN

    Since 1966, the Ultraman series has been a vehicle of courage, hope, and compassion, expressed through Ultraman’s love for Earth and a cast of unique Kaiju. This design features the text “PEACE FOR ALL” alongside Ultraman Cosmos, a hero balancing strength and kindness who fought for a world in which people and monsters are able to coexist in peace.

    Since 1966, the Ultraman series has been a vehicle of courage, hope, and compassion, expressed through Ultraman’s love for Earth and a cast of unique Kaiju. This design features the text “PEACE FOR ALL” alongside Ultraman Cosmos, a hero balancing strength and kindness who fought for a world in which people and monsters are able to coexist in peace.

    ULTRAMAN

    Ultraman

    ULTRAMAN

    Ultraman is a Tokusatsu television series produced by Tsuburaya Productions. Beloved by fans far and wide of every generation, the franchise has produced a range of imaginative shows, from Ultra Q and Ultraman (1966) to the inspiration for this design, Ultraman Cosmos (2001), and the latest instalment, Ultraman Blazar (2023).

  • Emmanuelle Moureaux

    "When I Saw the Earth for the First Time" - I imagined a picture book with a title like this. The colourful sphere represents the earth, the yellow sphere represents the sun, and the child holding the balloon is you, the main character.
    The diversity of living creatures that exist on this earth creates and drives the beauty of the earth. I expressed that through the universality and infinity of colour. I hope that colours will move people's hearts.

    "When I Saw the Earth for the First Time" - I imagined a picture book with a title like this. The colourful sphere represents the earth, the yellow sphere represents the sun, and the child holding the balloon is you, the main character.
    The diversity of living creatures that exist on this earth creates and drives the beauty of the earth. I expressed that through the universality and infinity of colour. I hope that colours will move people's hearts.

    Emmanuelle Moureaux

    Architect , Artist, Designer

    Emmanuelle Moureaux

    The French architect, artist, and designer has lived in Tokyo since 1996. Inspired by the layers and colours of Tokyo that built a complex depth and density on the street, and the traditional spatial elements like sliding screens, she has created the concept of "shikiri", which literally means "dividing (creating) space with colours". Using colours as her signature, her works extend to a number of projects, including architectural design for Sugamo Shinkin Bank, art installations for UNIQLO and ISSEY MIYAKE, 100 colours art installation series, and Forest of Numbers at The National Art Center, Tokyo. Moureaux is a Professor at Tohoku University of Art and Design.

  • Herzog & de Meuron

    We do not believe that a T-shirt can express much of a philosophical message. But it does eventually inspire some thoughts, make you imagine some dream or hear some song of a peaceful past. That is what we need so much these days.

    We do not believe that a T-shirt can express much of a philosophical message. But it does eventually inspire some thoughts, make you imagine some dream or hear some song of a peaceful past. That is what we need so much these days.

    Herzog & de Meuron

    Architects

    Herzog & de Meuron

    Herzog & de Meuron is an international architectural practice based in Basel, Switzerland. Established in 1978, the practice is led by the two founders together with the Partners and the CEO. Today, an international team of over 550 collaborators is engaged in a wide range of projects across Europe, the Americas, and Asia. The main office in Basel works in tandem with studios in Berlin, Munich, Paris, London, Hong Kong, New York, and San Francisco and site offices in Copenhagen, Jerusalem, and Hangzhou.

  • Haruka Ayase

    When I left the house for school as a kid, my mom used to tell me, “Make someone smile today.” She taught me to take things one step at a time.

    When I left the house for school as a kid, my mom used to tell me, “Make someone smile today.” She taught me to take things one step at a time.

    Haruka Ayase

    Actress

    Haruka Ayase

    Since debuting in 2000, Haruka Ayase has appeared in a wide range of films, dramas, TV shows and commercials. Her starring role in Palme d'Or contender Our Little Sister earned her a nomination in 2016 for the Japan Academy Film Prize for Best Actress. Since February 2021, she has served as a special ambassador for LifeWear.

  • Daido Moriyama

    I see photography as memory. What the self remembers, what the subject remembers, what the people who see it remembers, it’s all memory. My photos are a way of seeing things, and perhaps a way of holding things for later.

    I see photography as memory. What the self remembers, what the subject remembers, what the people who see it remembers, it’s all memory. My photos are a way of seeing things, and perhaps a way of holding things for later.

    Daido Moriyama

    Photographer

    Daido Moriyama

    Daido Moriyama | Moriyama was born in Osaka Prefecture in 1938. After assisting Takeji Iwamiya and Eikoh Hosoe, he became a freelance photographer in 1964. He has exhibited his work around the world and has published numerous photo books, including Japan: A Photo Theater, Farewell Photography, and his Record series.

  • Francesco Risso

    Do we need to be like aliens to observe the miracle of creation, rather than the culture of destruction? In a nostalgic and simple vision of peace, an alien with sunglasses, sitting on a globe as if it was a Pilates ball launches the challenge: what I like about Planet Earth isn't found on Planet Earth. The best telescope in the world shows what unites us. The primordial universe? The big switch? Love that moves the sun and other stars?

    Do we need to be like aliens to observe the miracle of creation, rather than the culture of destruction? In a nostalgic and simple vision of peace, an alien with sunglasses, sitting on a globe as if it was a Pilates ball launches the challenge: what I like about Planet Earth isn't found on Planet Earth. The best telescope in the world shows what unites us. The primordial universe? The big switch? Love that moves the sun and other stars?

    Francesco Risso

    Creative Director of MARNI

    Francesco Risso

    Marni Creative Director, Francesco Risso approaches fashion-making as a gesamtkunstwerk, a total artwork: he merges languages and disciplines into a multifaceted whole, heralding a processual aesthetic that is embodied through interconnected media which are rooted in the materiality of clothing but come alive through the fashion show and collaborations. Involving like-minded entities into one seamless creative exchange, he fosters dialogue as the fuel of the brand to keep shaping Marni into a laboratorial community ruled by freewheeling multi-dimensionality.

  • Julian Opie

    People passing on the street in every town in every country all busy and focused, engaged in their lives and concerns. These people were walking in Busan, South Korea but they could be anywhere really, part of a constant flow of people around the world. I read a lot of history books and so much of it is about war and conflict. I have to remind myself that most of the time people were just going about their business walking the streets in the mornings to work or to see friends.

    People passing on the street in every town in every country all busy and focused, engaged in their lives and concerns. These people were walking in Busan, South Korea but they could be anywhere really, part of a constant flow of people around the world. I read a lot of history books and so much of it is about war and conflict. I have to remind myself that most of the time people were just going about their business walking the streets in the mornings to work or to see friends.

    Julian Opie

    Artist

    Julian Opie

    Julian Opie plays with ways of seeing through reinterpreting the vocabulary of everyday life; his reductive style evokes both a visual and spatial experience of the world around us. Influenced by classical portraiture, Egyptian hieroglyphs, and Japanese woodblock prints, as well as public signage and traffic signs, Opie connects the clean visual language of modern life, with the fundamentals of art history.

  • Akamai Technologies

    Every day, billions of people connect online to work, play, learn, shop, and share ideas. They may not know it, but Akamai is there, powering and protecting life online. For 25 years, Akamai has been scaling and securing the internet to make life better for billions of people, billions of times a day. The code “texture” in this design represents the shared language behind the many digital experiences that connect us all. It’s a language that unites Akamai with the world’s top brands and the people they serve, as we work together toward a vision of a safer and more connected world.

    Every day, billions of people connect online to work, play, learn, shop, and share ideas. They may not know it, but Akamai is there, powering and protecting life online. For 25 years, Akamai has been scaling and securing the internet to make life better for billions of people, billions of times a day. The code “texture” in this design represents the shared language behind the many digital experiences that connect us all. It’s a language that unites Akamai with the world’s top brands and the people they serve, as we work together toward a vision of a safer and more connected world.

    Akamai Technologies

    Cloud Company

    Akamai Technologies

    Akamai Technologies, Inc. established in 1998, is the cloud company that powers and protects life online. Leading companies worldwide choose Akamai to build, deliver, and secure their digital experiences—helping billions of people live, work, and play every day. Akamai Connected Cloud, a massively distributed edge and cloud platform, puts apps and experiences closer to users and keeps threats farther away.

  • Roger Federer

    For over 25 years, I considered myself very fortunate to explore the world while competing in a sport I love. Tennis and peace both start with “Love” and I hope this simple design also can remind everyone how important it is to respect each other.

    For over 25 years, I considered myself very fortunate to explore the world while competing in a sport I love. Tennis and peace both start with “Love” and I hope this simple design also can remind everyone how important it is to respect each other.

    Roger Federer

    Professional Tennis Player

    Roger Federer

    Tennis legend Roger Federer is a 20-time Grand Slam winner with 8 Wimbledon titles and holds the record of being ranked No. 1 in the world for 237 consecutive weeks. He is one of the most beloved and influential players of all time.

  • Basquiat + Christopher Makos (photographer)

    Jean-Michel Basquiat and Christopher Makos positioned Basquiat with the globe, adjusted just so, to emphasize that Basquiat's inspiration and influence were global.

    Jean-Michel Basquiat and Christopher Makos positioned Basquiat with the globe, adjusted just so, to emphasize that Basquiat's inspiration and influence were global.

    Jean-Michel Basquiat

    Artist

    Jean-Michel Basquiat

    An icon of New York in the 1980s, Jean-Michel Basquiat became renowned during his short career for works inspired by his early street art and a distinctive iconography often connected to art history. His paintings, drawings, and prints drew on a diverse range of sources, from African, Aztec, and Greek cultures to Americana in the form of jazz, baseball, and social and political events.

    Christopher Makos

    Photogorapher

    Christopher Makos

    Christopher Makos is known internationally for his explosive and innovative photography. Makos became a prominent figure in the New York downtown art scene, where he befriended and created raw, memorable portraits of artists and creatives such as Jean-Michel Basquiat. His photographs have been exhibited in more than 100 museums and galleries.

  • Cristina de Middel, Magnum Photos

    I use symbolism in my work a lot and wanted to create an image that meant "right to peace" and what fighting for peace carries. Both the fist and the pigeon are symbols for each one of these concepts so I tried to put them together. The picture could have been shot anywhere in the city of Salvador de Bahia, which always has these beautiful clouds.

    I use symbolism in my work a lot and wanted to create an image that meant "right to peace" and what fighting for peace carries. Both the fist and the pigeon are symbols for each one of these concepts so I tried to put them together. The picture could have been shot anywhere in the city of Salvador de Bahia, which always has these beautiful clouds.

    Cristina de Midde

    President of Magnum Photos

    Cristina de Midde

    Cristina de Middel investigates photography’s ambiguous relationship to truth. Blending documentary and conceptual photographic practices, she plays with reconstructions and archetypes in order to build a more layered understanding of the subjects she approaches. Working from the premise that mass media is reducing our real understanding of the world we live in, De Middel responds to an urgency to re-imagine tired aesthetic tropes and insert opinion in place of facts.
    De Middel was born in Spain and is based between Mexico and Brazil. She became a Magnum nominee in 2017 and Magnum President in 2022.

    Magnum Photos

    Magnum Photos is a co-operative of acclaimed, independent photographers who share an ongoing commitment to documenting world events, people, places, daily life and culture. Founded in 1947, Magnum Photos has been telling stories of the past, defining the present, and shaping the future through photography for over 75 years, united by its values of uncompromising excellence, truth, respect and independence.

  • Dick Bruna

    Dick Bruna has always cherished and supported the idea that the more the slogan “WORLD PEACE IS POSSIBLE” takes hold worldwide and the more people are convinced of that possibility, the more realistic the goal of achieving world peace will become. Here, we empathize with the PEACE FOR ALL project, which involves taking action fueled by a desire for peace, and we, together with Miffy, sincerely hope all people on this earth will be able to enjoy peaceful living.

    Dick Bruna has always cherished and supported the idea that the more the slogan “WORLD PEACE IS POSSIBLE” takes hold worldwide and the more people are convinced of that possibility, the more realistic the goal of achieving world peace will become. Here, we empathize with the PEACE FOR ALL project, which involves taking action fueled by a desire for peace, and we, together with Miffy, sincerely hope all people on this earth will be able to enjoy peaceful living.

    Dick Bruna

    Picture Book Author, Graphic Designer

    Dick Bruna

    Dick Bruna was born in 1927 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
    He gained international fame as an author and illustrator of children’s books, also as a graphic designer.
    Dick Bruna’s work is characterized by thick black outlines drawn with a paintbrush, vibrant colours and plenty of room for the reader's imagination.
    Over the course of approximately 60 years, he had written and illustrated more than 120 picture books. His books have been translated into more than 50 languages and sold more than 85 million copies worldwide.
    He also had supported many humanitarian organizations through his work, including UNICEF, the Red Cross and WORLD PEACE IS POSSIBLE.

  • Keith Haring

    Keith Haring created this artwork as a sign of global peace. It was meant to signify people all over the world coming together to stand for peace on Earth.

    Keith Haring created this artwork as a sign of global peace. It was meant to signify people all over the world coming together to stand for peace on Earth.

    Keith Haring

    Artist

    Keith Haring

    A key figure in New York's East Village scene in the late 1970s and 80s, American artist Keith Haring's work populated not only art galleries, but also the city's subways, streets, and sidewalks. An icon of counterculture art with an iconographic artistic vocabulary, Haring drew inspiration from graffiti artists, pop art, and the underground culture of the world around him.

  • Lisa Larson

    The picture speaks of unconditional friendship and trust. The vulnerable girl sits on the back of a wild beast. We have to trust in Peace and choose the path of Peace.

    The lion symbolises strength, loyalty and bravery. It takes bravery to turn against violence.

    To protect the young girl means protecting the future of the human race.

    Trust is not being afraid. Peace is strength.

    The picture speaks of unconditional friendship and trust. The vulnerable girl sits on the back of a wild beast. We have to trust in Peace and choose the path of Peace.

    The lion symbolises strength, loyalty and bravery. It takes bravery to turn against violence.

    To protect the young girl means protecting the future of the human race.

    Trust is not being afraid. Peace is strength.

    Lisa Larson

    Ceramicist

    Lisa Larson

    Born in 1931 in Härlunda in the province of Småland in the south of Sweden, Lisa Larson began working for Gustavsberg porcelain in 1954. Later, as the company’s star designer, she became a mainstay of the golden age of Swedish ceramics. In 1980, Larson left the company to work as a freelance designer. In 1992, she co-founded Keramikstudion Gustavsberg. Full of life, Lisa continues to make new designs for production, and unique (one-off) ceramic pieces.

  • PEANUTS

    The group of friends who inhabit the world of Peanuts display a wide range of personalities: bold, nervous, romantic, curious, thoughtful, and adventurous. What unites them is their friendships and sense of community. For decades, the characters have resonated with fans for displaying all the elements of humanity. This design captures both the love the characters have for one another and the love that Peanuts inspires around the world.

    The group of friends who inhabit the world of Peanuts display a wide range of personalities: bold, nervous, romantic, curious, thoughtful, and adventurous. What unites them is their friendships and sense of community. For decades, the characters have resonated with fans for displaying all the elements of humanity. This design captures both the love the characters have for one another and the love that Peanuts inspires around the world.

    PEANUTS

    COMICS

    PEANUTS

    Charles M. Schulz, the creator of the comic strip Peanuts, drew 17,897 strips over the course of half a century from 1950 (the year of the comic’s initial syndication in seven US newspapers) to his death in 2000.

  • Wim Wenders

    I never saw more horizon in my life than on that day in the West-Australian desert.
    And at the very end of that road, I was sure, behind the horizon, we could only find a peaceful future.

    I never saw more horizon in my life than on that day in the West-Australian desert.
    And at the very end of that road, I was sure, behind the horizon, we could only find a peaceful future.

    Wim Wenders

    Film director

    Wim Wenders

    Film director, producer, photographer, and author. Born in 1945 in Germany, He is one of the most important representatives of contemporary cinema. He created multi-award-winning feature films, such as PARIS, TEXAS, WINGS OF DESIRE or UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD, as well as innovative, Oscar-nominated documentaries like PINA, BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB or THE SALT OF THE EARTH. He is working on a new feature film starring Koji Yakusho, shot in Tokyo.

  • Ayumu Hirano

    I’ve interacted with people from different countries through snowboarding and skateboarding since I was a child and I’ve learned a lot. It's great that you can enjoy an exciting session with a single board, regardless of what country you are from. Times like that make me wish we could all live our daily lives without forgetting to respect each other.

    I’ve interacted with people from different countries through snowboarding and skateboarding since I was a child and I’ve learned a lot. It's great that you can enjoy an exciting session with a single board, regardless of what country you are from. Times like that make me wish we could all live our daily lives without forgetting to respect each other.

    Ayumu Hirano

    Professional Snowboarder, Skateboarder

    Ayumu Hirano

    Olympic snowboarding and skateboarding star. At 15, he became the youngest Japanese medalist ever at the Winter Olympics. Gold medalist for snowboarding at the 2022 Beijing Olympics.

  • Shingo Kunieda

    Whenever I play wheelchair tennis in different places around the world, I am always struck by the power of sports that enables us to mutually respect and challenge other players and enjoy the vocal support from the crowd, unfettered by national borders. I hope as many people as possible get to experience the wonder of sharing emotions when watching or playing sports themselves. That desire inspired me to participate in this project.

    Whenever I play wheelchair tennis in different places around the world, I am always struck by the power of sports that enables us to mutually respect and challenge other players and enjoy the vocal support from the crowd, unfettered by national borders. I hope as many people as possible get to experience the wonder of sharing emotions when watching or playing sports themselves. That desire inspired me to participate in this project.

    Shingo Kunieda

    Professional wheelchair tennis player

    Shingo Kunieda

    The king and pioneer of wheelchair tennis. He has the record being the first wheelchair tennis player to complete a Grand Slam. He’s earned 4 gold medals at the Paralympics, 27 Grand Slam singles titles, and 21 doubles titles.

  • Kei Nishikori

    What can I do? The first thing that springs to mind is to put my all into PLAYing tennis and to enjoy it. I want to give hope to as many people as I can and encourage their dreams by determining to play my very best and always remembering to enjoy tennis. I hope that my tennis and everyone else’s PLAY will put a smile on more people’s faces.

    What can I do? The first thing that springs to mind is to put my all into PLAYing tennis and to enjoy it. I want to give hope to as many people as I can and encourage their dreams by determining to play my very best and always remembering to enjoy tennis. I hope that my tennis and everyone else’s PLAY will put a smile on more people’s faces.

    Kei Nishikori

    Professional tennis player

    Kei Nishikori

    History maker and pride of his homeland. First Japanese player to make the finals at the US Open, enter the top 4 in world rankings, and win an Olympic medal in 96 years.

  • Gordon Reid

    I've told myself to "never stop challenging" ever since I started playing wheelchair tennis. I would consider it as an honour if my efforts and my passion helped to motivate others and inspired them to continue pushing themselves in the face of challenges in life. It is with this in mind that I have decided to participate in this project.

    I've told myself to "never stop challenging" ever since I started playing wheelchair tennis. I would consider it as an honour if my efforts and my passion helped to motivate others and inspired them to continue pushing themselves in the face of challenges in life. It is with this in mind that I have decided to participate in this project.

    Gordon Reid

    Professional wheelchair tennis player

    Gordon Reid

    Wheelchair tennis star. Made history for being part of the first pair to complete a Men’s doubles wheelchair tennis Grand Slam. 2-time Singles and 19-time Doubles Grand Slam Champion. Paralympic medals in gold, silver, and bronze.

  • Adam Scott

    Along with peace and love, as a golfer, I hope for all things being “par”. Everything should be good, equal, and calm.

    Along with peace and love, as a golfer, I hope for all things being “par”. Everything should be good, equal, and calm.

    Adam Scott

    Professional golfer

    Adam Scott

    World-class golfer with 14 PGA Tour wins. First Australian to take the Masters Tournament, right after becoming a Uniqlo Global Brand Ambassador. Former No.1 world-ranked player.

  • Jonathan Anderson

    In ever more uncertain times, we need to do all we can to support those who need it most.
    The fashion community must work together to make the best possible contribution to society that it can.

    In ever more uncertain times, we need to do all we can to support those who need it most.
    The fashion community must work together to make the best possible contribution to society that it can.

    Jonathan Anderson

    Designer

    Jonathan Anderson

    Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson founded JW ANDERSON in 2008.
    At first it was a collection of elaborate accessories, it quickly caught on and then had the opportunity to appear at London Fashion Week 2008.
    The success of this debut collection earned praise and commercial success for Anderson, whose label is now considered one of the most innovative and progressive brands in London.
    UNIQLO and JW ANDERSON were first released in Fall/Winter 2017

  • Rei Inamoto

    Achieving PEACE FOR ALL may not be easy but there is a simple place to start:

    There is no peace without love.

    Each dot in my design represents a nation on Planet Earth, with the hope that one day, we’ll think of ourselves as one humanity bound by love.

    Achieving PEACE FOR ALL may not be easy but there is a simple place to start:

    There is no peace without love.

    Each dot in my design represents a nation on Planet Earth, with the hope that one day, we’ll think of ourselves as one humanity bound by love.

    Rei Inamoto

    Creative Director

    Rei Inamoto

    Creative Director, named in Creativity Magazine’s Annual “Creativity 50” as well as one of “the Top 25 Most Creative People in Advertising” in Forbes Magazine. Founding Partner of I&CO, a Business Invention Firm in NY and Tokyo.

  • Kosuke Kawamura

    Collecting and melding disjointed individual pieces into one creates a large presence and power. I created this design thinking that if everyone could transmit even tiny pieces of positive energy in their own way, then the world would move in a better direction.

    Collecting and melding disjointed individual pieces into one creates a large presence and power. I created this design thinking that if everyone could transmit even tiny pieces of positive energy in their own way, then the world would move in a better direction.

    Kosuke Kawamura

    Collage Artist, Graphic Designer, Art Director

    Kosuke Kawamura

    Born in 1979 in Hiroshima Prefecture. As a collage artist, he has collaborated with a variety of artists and held solo and group exhibitions throughout Japan and internationally. His varied work includes graphics for clothing brands, book covers, advertisement designs, and artistic direction for CD and DVD packaging.

  • Christophe Lemaire

    Through this design, by combining the image of a dove, the symbol of peace, with an image of two hands, I wish to express the idea of care.

    If we want to have peace for all, we must question our way of living and the dominating materialistic values of consumerism. This means once again learning about how to take care of the planet, the ground under our own feet, Mother Nature. By doing so we can over time establish a more rational and respectful relationship with our environment, ensure bio-diversity, create decent living conditions in a sustainable way and under bearable temperatures, and give quality access to food and water, all resulting in our avoiding and surviving crises and wars.

    This change is possible, and the solutions exist . It is just a matter of will, good will.

    Through this design, by combining the image of a dove, the symbol of peace, with an image of two hands, I wish to express the idea of care.

    If we want to have peace for all, we must question our way of living and the dominating materialistic values of consumerism. This means once again learning about how to take care of the planet, the ground under our own feet, Mother Nature. By doing so we can over time establish a more rational and respectful relationship with our environment, ensure bio-diversity, create decent living conditions in a sustainable way and under bearable temperatures, and give quality access to food and water, all resulting in our avoiding and surviving crises and wars.

    This change is possible, and the solutions exist . It is just a matter of will, good will.

    Christophe Lemaire

    Designer

    Christophe Lemaire

    Christophe Lemaire has been designing his namesake collection since 1991. He has also served as Artistic Director of Lacoste and Artistic Director of women’s ready-to-wear at Hermès. In 2015, he partnered with UNIQLO, resulting in the UNIQLO AND LEMAIRE collaboration collections for Fall/Winter 2015 and Spring/Summer 2016. Christophe Lemaire was appointed Artistic Director of the UNIQLO Paris R&D Center in 2016, where he and his handpicked team of designers create the Uniqlo U collection.

  • Hana Tajima

    I wanted to create a design that would represent how we are all connected to the earth and to each other. Our own joy also contains the joy of others. When we bring peace to others we can also bring peace to ourselves. And when we are all free to be joyful, the world is a more colourful, and more abundant place.

    I wanted to create a design that would represent how we are all connected to the earth and to each other. Our own joy also contains the joy of others. When we bring peace to others we can also bring peace to ourselves. And when we are all free to be joyful, the world is a more colourful, and more abundant place.

    Hana Tajima

    Designer

    Hana Tajima

    UK-born fashion designer, Hana Tajima is changing the way women dress all over the world. Her contemporary, functional designs, which are both culturally sensitive and extremely versatile, continue garnering international attention.

  • Tadao Ando

    In today’s increasingly fragmented world, we need to reacquaint ourselves with the fact that we all live together on one single planet. That is why I have used this particular message. To achieve “The Earth is One,” it is vital that each one of us thinks very carefully about what we, as individuals, can do for society.

    In today’s increasingly fragmented world, we need to reacquaint ourselves with the fact that we all live together on one single planet. That is why I have used this particular message. To achieve “The Earth is One,” it is vital that each one of us thinks very carefully about what we, as individuals, can do for society.

    Tadao Ando

    Urbanist, Architect

    Tadao Ando

    Founded Tadao Ando Architect & Associates in 1969. Became a professor at the University of Tokyo in 1997 and professor emeritus in 2003. His many works include Japan Pavilion for Expo ‘92, Church of the Light, Osaka Prefectural Chikatsu Asuka Museum, Awaji Yumebutai, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Punta della Dogana, and Bourse de Commerce.

  • INES DE LA FRESSANGE

    Today designers and fashion brands must be generous and think firmly about the world and about humanity. I believe people will enjoy participating in this new and ongoing commitment and in expressing their views about peace in such a pacific way. Don’t you want to wear this T-shirt?

    Today designers and fashion brands must be generous and think firmly about the world and about humanity. I believe people will enjoy participating in this new and ongoing commitment and in expressing their views about peace in such a pacific way. Don’t you want to wear this T-shirt?

    INES DE LA FRESSANGE

    Model and designer

    INES DE LA FRESSANGE

    Ines de la Fressange started modeling and quickly became part of the famous and worldly known top models, walking for the biggest high fashion houses from age 17. She is a style icon, beloved muse for high fashion houses. In 2013, she reestablished her own brand as an art director, embodying modern “Parisian chic."

  • Haruki Murakami

    I just wanted to be of some use (maybe not much, but still..). I think it would be nice to create a world in which people, and cats, can live in peace.

    I just wanted to be of some use (maybe not much, but still..). I think it would be nice to create a world in which people, and cats, can live in peace.

    Haruki Murakami

    Novelist

    Haruki Murakami

    Born in 1949 in Kyoto Prefecture. Debuting in 1979 with Hear the Wind Sing, Murakami’s major works include Norwegian Wood, Kafka on the Shore, and 1Q84. His work has been translated into different languages all over the world and received multiple prizes, including the Franz Kafka Prize. He has also translated many of the books that influenced him the most, including The Great Gatsby and Catcher in the Rye. He has seen Harper more times than any other movie, and also loves the novel it was based on.

  • Kashiwa Sato

    I designed my T-shirt to convey the concept of PEACE, straight and simple. The repeated call for PEACE FOR ALL represents the feelings and voices of many people worldwide. It expresses a strong and heartfelt desire for a peaceful world.

    I designed my T-shirt to convey the concept of PEACE, straight and simple. The repeated call for PEACE FOR ALL represents the feelings and voices of many people worldwide. It expresses a strong and heartfelt desire for a peaceful world.

    Kashiwa Sato

    Creative director

    Kashiwa Sato

    Creative Director & CEO, SAMURAI INC . As a comprehensive “total producer” for brand strategies, he collaborates with a number of leading companies on different projects. He produced the launch of UNIQLO’s UT brand in 2007.

  • Shinya Yamanaka

    I took part because I wanted to do something useful as an individual in addition to promoting research as a physician-scientist. The ability of science and technology to change the world for the better is entirely dependent on the people who use it. So I added the message “Humanity must progress.”

    I took part because I wanted to do something useful as an individual in addition to promoting research as a physician-scientist. The ability of science and technology to change the world for the better is entirely dependent on the people who use it. So I added the message “Humanity must progress.”

    Shinya Yamanaka

    Physician-Scientist

    Shinya Yamanaka

    Dr. Shinya Yamanaka was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2012 for successfully generating induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells from skin cells. He is a professor at the Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA) at Kyoto University, the Representative Director of the CiRA Foundation, and a Senior Investigator at the Gladstone Institutes in the United States.