The Cooperative of Photography was started to recognize and support people who love photography and our latest collaboration is a true testament to that. Together with Lorenz Holder, one of the top action sports photographers and multiple Red Bull Illume winner, we designed this limited-edition cap, made to help Art Meets Education, a photography and art program striving for a better world.
Mary Denise, age 8, makes a photograph near her home in Marikina City.
"It is very important to do something good with this collaboration and the best way to do that is to support Art Meets Education."
It’s a cause that is special because the children open the doors to a new life themselves. This gives the children a sense of self-confidence and pride in what they achieve, both in and out of school.
“Over 260 million children worldwide do not have access to education. Together we will make it possible for children to visit school for 12 years. How? Using photography.”
– Art Meets Education
World famous action sports photographer and two-time Red Bull Illume winner Lorenz Holder with some of the children artist's photographs.
We decided to team up with Lorenz Holder, long term COOPH Master, to create the limited edition COOPH x Lorenz Holder Cap for this cause. Each hat sold will give a child 4 months of school because every cent will go towards Art Meets Education. There are only 140 of these caps available which will be sold online at the COOPH Store for €39. The cap is perfect for everybody, or as a gift for your loved ones, and is an even greater gift for the future photographers in the Philippines.
“I’m really happy how everything tuned out at the end. The cap has now the perfect fit and it just looks the way I always wanted. On the other hand, it is very important to do something good with this collaboration and the best way to do that is to support Art Meets Education. I really hope we can provide the children with many more months of school.”
– Lorenz Holder
Designed together with award-winning photographer, Lorenz Holder, every cent of these caps goes towards helping these kids open the door to a new life.