Good news travels fast
This Holiday season, TUMI has partnered with eleven world-known street artists to support Waves For Water providing access to clean water to all in need through the distribution of portable water filters.
Inspired by the topic Freedom, the artists have transformed the iconic 19 Degree Aluminum silhouette into unique art pieces. In total, 26 collectors’ items participate on a charity contest benefitting the cause.
Together, we celebrate the Freedom to express yourself, to dream in colors and put dreams into reality; the freedom to remain active no matter the circumstances and help local communities to stay safe.
The Freedom to be good!
From 15th November until 26th December*, get the chance to win one of the exclusive 19 Degree art pieces by donating 50 euros,
the price of a filter, to support Waves for Water.
The more you donate, the more filters local communities receive
It also means more chances at winning a unique art piece!
1. ORGANIZER: TUMI D2C GmbH., Hans-Böckler-Straße 6, 59423 Unna, Germany (hereafter “TUMI”), is organizing the Art Gallery Competition, hereafter “the Competition”, as described in these terms and conditions.
2. ELIGIBILITY: The Competition is open to entrants over 18 years of age (hereafter “the Participants”. The minimum entry requirement is a donation of fifty euros (€50) to Waves for Water, a registered 501c3 charitable organization, or roughly the cost of one (1) water filtration system.
The Competition is void where prohibited or restricted by law. Also, prizes will not be delivered to remote destinations not commonly served by commercial courier companies.
Directors, officers, management, employees, authorized agents and family members thereof or any of its affiliated companies or any other persons involved in the making of this Competition are not eligible to win a prize.
TUMI explicitly reserves the right to refuse or remove a Participant, at its sole discretion, in the event TUMI determines a Participant does not comply with all rules and regulations as contained herein.
3. ENTRY WINDOW: The Competition is open from 15 November 2020 12 a.m. until 26 December 2020 at 11:59 p.m. CET (hereafter “the Competition Period”). Participation is only valid during the Competition Period.
4. HOW TO PARTICIPATE: The Participants can enter the Competition on the following website http://uk.tumi.com/art-gallery/
To enter, entrants must visit the TUMI site at http://uk.tumi.com/art-gallery/, go the “Donate 50€ / Win 1 Chance” button which will bring you to the W4W (Waves for Water*) donation page. A minimum of 50€ donation must be made to have at least 1 chance to win one prize in the Competition. For illustration purposes, a donation of two hundred euros (200 €) is equal to four (4) Competition entries.
By entering the Competition each Participant accepts these Terms and Conditions and shall reply to the two questions displayed at the landing page TUMI x Waves For Water (Question N°1 When was TUMI founded? ; Question N°2 How many participants in this contest, you think there will be, from the 15/11/2020 12:00am until the 25/12/2020 at 12:00am?). 26 Participants that have given the correct answer to the first question and whose answer to the second question is closest to the correct answer shall be the 26 winners of the Competition. For the second question, the answers that overestimate the correct answer with the smallest difference win from the answers that underestimate the correct answer with the smallest difference, and in the event of ex aequo, the winner shall be the Participant whose entry was made first.
*Waves for Water is a charity company with the following T&C
TUMI will not accept responsibility for entries not received for whatever reason, or if contact details provided are incomplete or inaccurate.
5. WINNER NOTIFICATION: The winner will be notified by e-mail within 28 days following the end of the Competition Period. Any change in e-mail/physical address of a Participant may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. If, having determined the winner, doubts appear on the accuracy of contact details provided by the winner, TUMI reserves the right to ask a copy of the passport/identity card in order to validate the allocation of the prize once and for all. If the winner cannot be contacted or does not confirm in writing acceptance of the prize within 10 calendar days of notification, TUMI reserves the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and allocate the prize to a replacement winner and the original possible winner shall not receive any compensation. The winner shall supply full contact details (name, first name, e-mail and postal addresses). The contact date may be delayed due to unexpected circumstances. Decisions made by TUMI are final on all matters relating to the Competition and no correspondence will be entered into.
6. PRIZES: The prizes are as stated and no cash or other alternatives will be offered. The prizes are not transferable. Each prize is awarded “as is” i.e. a collector’s item without warranty regarding the underlying performance of the product for travel purposes. Inconsistencies in quality, surface appearance and texture are inherent characteristics of the artisan nature and work of the artist and must not be considered defects. Regardless of how carefully prizes are transported, handled and used, damage may occur and TUMI does not take responsibility. TUMI is not responsible for direct or indirect damages that occur as the result of the use or loss of the prize, regardless of cause. TUMI reserves the right to substitute the prize with a voucher for the value of 895 euros including VAT or similar taxes to be redeemed on the TUMI website should the prize become unavailable for any reason, and Participants accept such voucher as their only remedy. A Participant can only win one (1) prize.
Competition Prizes (26 cases):
Prize 1 to 24:
- 19 Degree aluminum International Carry-On (124851-6908) personalized by one of the artists into a collector’s item. The selection of the artist and case will be random.
Prize 25 & 26:
- 19 Degree aluminum Short Trip Packing Case (98821-1776) personalized by one of the artists into a collector’s item. The selection of the artist and case will be random.
Subject to what is stated elsewhere in these terms and conditions, TUMI will use reasonable efforts to ship the prizes the winners who have confirmed acceptance of the prize in accordance with these terms and conditions.
7. TERMINATION OF THE COMPETITION: TUMI has the right to vary these Terms, or terminate the Competition, at any time at its absolute discretion without liability to any entrant or other person, without notice in the event of a catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, act of God or any actual or anticipated breach of applicable law or regulation or any other event outside of TUMI’s control. TUMI will not award any prize if the Competition is terminated.
8. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY: Except as specifically set out herein and to the maximum extent permitted by law, all conditions, warranties and representations expressed or implied by law are hereby excluded.
It is not the responsibility of the TUMI to ensure that the Competition does not contravene the laws and regulations of any country from which the entry and/or submission is being submitted, where it is being received or viewed. For the aforementioned reason, all responsibilities relating to the entries and/or submissions to the Competition will be borne by the Participant who, it is understood, have submitted such entries and/or submissions under their own responsibility and risk. In the event that any misfortune or damage should be experienced on the side of the Participant(s), TUMI will not be responsible.
To the fullest extent permitted by law, TUMI hereby excludes and shall not have any liability to any Participant or prizewinner in connection with or arising out of the Competition howsoever caused, including for any costs, expenses, forfeited prizes, damages and other liabilities, save that TUMI does not exclude its liability for death or personal injury as a result of its own negligence. By entering the Competition, the entrant indemnifies TUMI against any and all actions, claims, damages, expenses or liabilities suffered or incurred directly or indirectly by TUMI in consequence of any breach or alleged breach, non-performance or non-observation by the Participant of any agreement, conditions, obligation or warranty on the part of the Participant herein.
In the event that any provision of these terms are held to be illegal, invalid, void or otherwise unenforceable, it shall be severed from the remaining provisions which shall continue in full force and effect.
10. JURISDICTION: Legal relationship between TUMI and the Participants is governed by the laws of England and Wales.
11. RELEASE: TUMI disclaims any liability for damage to any computer system resulting from participating in, or accessing or downloading information in connection with this Competition, and reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to cancel, modify or suspend this Competition should a virus, bug, computer problem, unauthorized intervention or other causes beyond its reasonable control, corrupt the administration, security or proper play of this Competition.
By participating in this Competition, Participants agree that no claim shall be asserted against TUMI, its affiliates or any of its respective directors, officers, employees or agents in respect of any damages, rights, claims or actions of any kind whatsoever that result from their participation to this Competition and/or acceptance and enjoyment of the prizes.
The Competition is void where prohibited. To the extent permitted by law, the right to litigate, to seek injunctive relief or to make any other recourse to judicial or any other procedure in case of disputes or claims resulting from or in connection with this Competition are hereby excluded and any Participant expressly waives any and all such rights.
David Shillinglaw is a UK based artist, best known for his works exploring human nature, success and failure and the language people use in the context of their experience.
“Every human being should have access to clean water. I feel this project is lifeline to the people it supports. I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute towards such a worthwhile cause.”
World known for his dense, luminous and atypical work inspired by his Dominican origins, this New York kid is recognized as a pioneer in the Graffiti movement. Active Philanthropist, JonOne is considered as Ambassador of contemporary art and Human rights’ protector.
Portuguese visual artist and illustrator Kruella d'Enfer invite us to her enchanted world, where geometric shapes in contrasting colors brings legends and myths to life.
“Clean water is fundamental, not just for human life but for every kind of life in order to mantain a healthy ecosystem. Art has a loud voice in the world, it reflects and amplifies environmental problems and creates awareness for a social change. We can all do a small change in our daily life, in order to preserve our species and nature.”
Daniel Fahlström aka Huge is a Swedish artist who masters the work of the spray paint. His print mark is the 3D « Heliumstyle graffiti » style. He works on several environmental projects.
“Waves For Water project was not hard for me to be motivated for, clean water should be a fundamental right for everyone on this planet. I'am happy to contribute with my art to such a great cause.”
Stohead is German graffiti writer and contemporary artist, co-founder of the Calligraffiti movement. He often works with self-built tools, applying colors on different surfaces in a geographic manner.
“Freedom is the highest commandment, especially concerning arts. My love of freedom and the respect and responsibility associated with it characterize my personality. Our everyday understanding of freedom clearly includes the constant and inexhaustible availability of clean water for everyone. Thanks to this initiative, my art can contribute to give people the essential freedom of being supplied with water.”
Mina is German and known for her personified playful letters, the clarity of form and line and recurring comic element. She is a master of the imagination with a fondness for high-contrast, intense colors.
“Art in public space is accessible to everyone, the joy multiplies and motivates further ideas, exciting new projects and inspiring encounters. Water is the source of all life, it is proven that healthy water stores information, feelings and consciousness. We should take this into account for a respectful, positive and sustainable interaction with fellow human beings and the environment.”
The Londoner, Remi Rough plays with equilibriums and perspectives using highly contrasting palettes. He works with assumed minimalism, experimenting around color and geometry.
“Waves For Water are doing a fantastic thing in trying to get as many people clean filtered water as they can. It’s a huge job but you have to start somewhere. I'm really proud to be supporting this initiative with my art. Sometimes as an artist you just go from exhibition to exhibition or project to project and you don’t see any social impact. In this collaboration, I can actually see the impact and be a part of it.”
Coming from Switzerland and famous for combining pop art, classical Graffiti and cartoon characters, BustArt mission is to surprise pedestrians, encourage them to think and share the love for colorful urban space.
“Urban art has a lot of influence and can be used to pass on strong messages in subtle or very direct means. The environment and it's well-being is a premordial topic and it is important that we become aware of our daily habits and theirs effects on the planet. I strongly hope this project can help us to visualise the necessity of change.”
The Nature minimalistic illustrations are deeply rooted in Antonyo Marest’s works. Through his art, the Spanish multidisciplinary artist vindicates the vital commitments of being human and the care of the environment.
“I am in love with the sea, I was born next to the Mediterranean, in a land where it rains little, and when it happens people look at the sky gratefully. This link with the ephemeral, the water, the environment, and everything that is eco-sustainable is expressed in my art. Through colors, shapes and dynamics, my work carries a whole world of values, energies and lives.”
Xavier Magaldi is a Swiss watchmaker and graffiti artist known for his technical drawing. He is the founder of the “MecaFuturism” movement inspired by the 20s cubism and the Italian futurists mechanism.
“One of the biggest threats now and in the future is the lack of safe drinking water. I find what Waves for Water has developed and continuing to do with each new water intervention very courageous and ingenious. I am very proud to share their commitment and participate in this project with Tumi.”
Monégasque, Mr OneTeas is an autodidact and humanist, a true Recycling ambassador giving an artistic life to obsolete consumer goods. His work offers a critical vision of the society tinged with humor and originality.
“Water is very precious resource. For many years, water has been one of the subjects that I like to integrate into my work, with the aim of raising awareness. I’m happy that I can help, clean water for all should not be a dream these days.”