The Irish design community has come together to create posters with messages of hope, resilience and optimism in support of the ISPCC and Women's Aid.

Over 1,200 posters were submitted to the Creatives Against Covid-19 campaign, with all proceeds of their sale on their website being split equally between both charities.

Celine Dee, of the RichardsDee design agency who spear-headed the campaign, said the catalyst for the campaign was after hearing that the ISPCC and Women's Aid had noted increases in calls during the pandemic.

"To re-frame the crisis into something more hopeful and more positive, we chose the campaign theme 'soon', it's in recognition that this moment in our lives won't last forever," Ms Dee said.

"Soon we will be reunited with our families and our friends."

Designer Emma Conway said it gave artists "a platform where they can create together and help spread messages of hope and joy".