Meg Hincks

The lack of organs available for transplantation is a a growing concern amongst the population. With a limited amount of people signed on to the donor register, fewer people are receiving the transplants they need to survive. Due to this, scientists have now taken matters into their own hands by developing a new method which can grow exact functioning copies of a patient’s organs... inside a pig.

Twenty-five are a new campaign whose mission is to get as many people as possible to sign the organ donor register and stop this research from proceeding. They promote organ donation in a positive way to show the public that they can actually save a life and be a hero. Twenty-five represent the goodness of the cause through a mini garment collection, using oversized silhouettes and embroidered symbols to represent growth and life. They also promote using a publication, poster series and badge collection which will inspire the public to join the campaign.