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Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente
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FELIX LOBO
Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente - 2011


A tee shirt which displays the essence of the outlook, life and work of Félix Rodríguez de Fuente (FFRF) is the formula chosen by both the Foundation which bears his name and by Kukuxumusu to bring to a close some events held to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the death of the Naturalist which occurred in a tragic air crash on the 14th of March, 1980.
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  • Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente

    FELIX LOBO
    Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente - 2011


    A tee shirt which displays the essence of the outlook, life and work of Félix Rodríguez de Fuente (FFRF) is the formula chosen by both the Foundation which bears his name and by Kukuxumusu to bring to a close some events held to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the death of the Naturalist which occurred in a tragic air crash on the 14th of March, 1980.
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  • Edurne Pasaban

    14 OCHOMILES
    Edurne Pasaban - 2010

    Having fulfilled her dream of conquering all 14 of the highest summits in the world, Kukuxumusu and Edurne Pasaban have designed a tee shirt that records each one of those climbs which provided such happiness to this Basque mountaineer. The tee shirt combines a Kukuxumusu design with a personal slogan provided by Edurne Pasaban: "I have always searched for happiness and I have found something very similar to that in the mountains"
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  • Eduard Punset

    NEURONAS
    Eduard Punset - 2010

    Six years after their first collaboration, Kukuxumusu and Eduard Punset once again cross paths with a new tee shirt where the didactic scientist tells us: “None of your neurons know who you are… nor do they care”. The tee shirt comes with this reflection from Punset himself which ends with a reminder from him “that there is life before death”. A percentage of the income raised from sales will go to the Redes Foundation, whose objective is to try to promote scientific opinion within popular culture.
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  • Jon Sistiaga

    SOS JUSTICIA
    Jon Sistiaga - 2009

    The tee shirt "SOS Justicia" had its origins in a TV report from the journalist Jon Sistiaga about the conditions of the prisoners in Guantanamo Jail, broadcast at the end of 2009. The reporter wore a special tee shirt designed by Kukuxumusu which showed the symbol of justice upside down and a pair of handcuffs forming the sign SOS. Neither the soldiers nor the prison officials noticed the content of the tee shirt. On his return, the journalist added a phase to complete the tee shirt: "Denouncing injustice is the only way to finish with it."
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  • Jane Goodall

    TXINPAS
    Jane Goodall - 2009

    In the middle of 2009 the British ethologist, Jane Goodall, and Kukuxumusu got together to collaborate in the design of "Txinpas", a tee shirt aimed at making people aware of the need for animal protection and especially that of the large simians. The drawing shows a chimpanzee caught in a trap and who is helped by various different animals to set itself free. The phrase provided by the English ethologist completes the meaning and encourages people to unite their efforts: "However small our contribution, we can make a difference all together."
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  • Juan Luis Arsuaga

    GEROKO
    Juan Luis Arsuaga - 2007

    The paleontologist, Juan Luis Arsuaga, provided the following phrase for the tee shirt "Geroko": " Only the past has been written, we can still change the future." In the Kukuxumusu drawing there is an evolution tree with different species of hominoids. After the launch of the tee shirt in 2007, Arsuaga pointed out that " Today we know that even if we are alone, we are not the end of a single line, but rather that many branches have existed since the beginning, making our genealogical line a knotty tangle which is being unraveled in the light of new discoveries."
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  • Vicente Madoz

    CEREBROTE
    Vicente Madoz - 2007

    Kukuxumusu created "Cerebrote" around the middle of 2007, the first straitjacket that can't be tied down. With the aim of attracting attention on the need to integrate socially all those who suffer mental disabilities, Kukuxumusu counted on the collaboration of the psychiatrist, Vicente Madoz. It was he who provided the phrase to the drawing (an ivy-growing brain) on the tee shirt: "Lunacy is freedom...without knots." The tee shirt tried to recognize ways of thinking that are generally more creative and free than those in what we consider normal people.
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  • Dalai Lama

    DALAI
    Tenzing Gyatso, Dalai Lama - 2007

    In 2007, Kukuxumusu managed to get the collaboration of The Dalai Lama in the creation of a tee shirt where The Drawing Factory took charge of the drawing and Tenzin Gyatso, XIV Dalai Lama, the supreme representation of Tibetan Buddhism, wished to contribute a phrase which synthesizes a great part of his outlook: "We need to have a true sense of responsibility, and a sincere interest in the wellbeing of others." The drawing includes a scene where, against an orange background, a Tibetan monk offers an olive branch to a white dove.
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  •  Reinhold Messner

    KALIPE
    Reinhold Messner - 2005

    In 2005, Kukuxumusu paid homage to the Italian mountaineer, Reinhold Messner, on the 25th anniversary of his solo conquest of The Everest and without the aid of oxygen. For this homage, Kukuxumusu designed a tee shirt with the collaboration of the mountaineer, who wished to put the phase "Kalipe" alongside the drawing. This word comes from Tibetan and means "standing, always serene". The illustration suggests that the heart - represented in the drawing by the climber himself - becomes an important support to overcome any difficulty, however difficult it may be.
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  • Eduard Punset

    STEM CELLS
    Eduard Punset - 2004

    The lawyer, economist and scientific commentator Eduardo Punset is another of the characters who was hauled into the Kukuxumusu "net" to collaborate in the design of a tee shirt. This was in 2004 and the design was "Stem Cells". The drawing shows a group of stem cells looking after some tiny vital organs. A phrase filled with nuances and with the aim of provoking some thought was Punset's contribution to the drawing: "With the right culture, I will live forever."
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  • Edmund Hillary

    LATA - MONTAÑA
    Edmund Hillary - 1999

    In 1999, Kukuxumusu designed "Lata-Montaña" in collaboration with Edmund Hillary, the first man to reach the summit of The Everest. The drawing on the tee shirt shows an empty food tin with the label showing a mountain landscape. Below the drawing is the message which Edmund Hillary had created especially for the tee shirt: "The Mountains are beautiful. Protect them with all your heart."In May.2003 to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the climb, The Drawing Factory produced a special edition.
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Kukuxumusu has had the pleasure of collaborating with personalities such as Hillary, Punset, Arsuaga or the Dalai Lama

Over the past years we have participated with well-known personalities from the world of culture, science or sport in the design of special tee shirts. They came up with a phrase or sentence and we came up with a drawing. The aim of it was to have a laugh, to think, to learn, to help to understand, to show to enjoy…

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