A day to celebrate love and sex and everything in between.
We love Valentine’s Day
And while we’re big fans of declarations of love, we’re not fans of the tens of thousands of trees that are cut down every single year to supply the demand for Valentine’s Day cards. In the UK alone 8000 trees were cut down last year in the name of love.
We’ve partnered with renowned body-positive illustrator Charlotte Willcox, to develop a range of limited edition valentine’s e-cards. There are three different card designs available, all of which can be downloaded completely free of charge.
We are also pledging to do our best to replenish some of the trees already lost to Valentine’s Day. We’ve partnered with One Tree Planted and are pledging to plant a tree for every single one of our sustainable sex toys sold.
As a company, we are committed to creating sex toys that are built to last, but also have sustainability at our core. We want to encourage our customers to join us in this eco-friendly journey.
Valentine’s Day is a fun holiday, a day to reconnect with our loved ones, and our goal is to help find sustainable ways to keep the flame burning.
Download your free card today and help make a difference this Valentine’s Day.
About the artist
“love. not war. is a breath of fresh air and I feel excited knowing that my art could help people to live more sustainably. The simple act of switching to an e-card instead of a physical card can have such a big impact on the planet. This can be the first small step towards changing our consumer habits and starting a lifelong journey towards more sustainable living.”
Charlotte Willcox is a British illustrator and designer who graduated from the University of Southampton with a bachelors degree in Graphic Arts. Charlotte is best known for her love of creating art based around feminism, self-love, and celebrating our bodies, all things we love too - a match made in self-love heaven!
Charlotte's work is featured in The Vagina Museum and she has partnered with fellow sexual wellness brands like Always, Tampax, Lovehoney, Erika Lust Films and more.
We’re excited to see love. not war. now added to her repertoire and we hope that the simple act of switching to an e-card instead of a physical one is a small yet impactful step that we can collectively take towards a healthier planet.
About One Tree Planted
One Tree Planted is a non-profit organisation that is committed to restoring the world’s forests.
Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity.
Since 2014, One Tree Planted has planted over 40 million trees across 43+ countries in North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Pacific.
And now you can help too! With every purchase on love. not war., we commit to planting a tree.
About love. not war.
We are the proud creators of vibrators that make no compromises when it comes to your pleasure or the planet.
We took our decades of experience in the luxury sex toy industry to reinvent how sex toys are made. Our high-end vibrators are made from locally-sourced recycled and recyclable materials but most importantly they have a separate base and head that is interchangeable. So once you own a battery base unit, you can buy separate heads, creating multiple toys in one. This is not only better for your pocket, but it’s better for the earth too.
We’ve thought about every detail right down to the soy ink we use on our FSC card packaging and we even offer a repair and recycle scheme, helping to ensure your vibe lasts for life.
Our entire range has fast become a cult classic and is raved about in the sex toy testing community. We’ve been nominated for a ton of awards including best sex toy of the year, most progressive toy brand of the year and also a prestigious green product award.
We’re on a mission to help the world, one orgasm at a time!
Our Valentine’s e-cards are a small action you can take today to help bring about change and we look forward to taking similar steps together with our customers in the future as we continue striving for ‘greener sex’ to be considered ‘better sex’.