EYEYAH! is a series of advertising-free activity books that use art and design to talk to children about social issues.
Our approach stems from the principle that children are visual learners and visual aids can improve learning by up to 400%.
Three times a year, we engage 40 illustrators and graphic designers from around the world to create an artwork inspired by a specific social issue. We work with academics, journalists, educators and various other subject matter experts and leaders in their field to deconstruct a topic and identity the key concepts we want to visualise.
EYEYAH! was founded in 2017 by the creators of Kult magazine - communication and design veterans who are also parents. Future themes include: Food, Waste, Money, Travel and more.
EYEYAH! is a not-for-profit social enterprise registered under RaiSE.