Every designer is only as good as their tools. For some, that’s a pencil and paper, for others that’s a table saw, and for some it’s a paintbrush and canvas. But in the case of young, emerging designers, it’s often also something like Samsung’s new, multipurpose Galaxy Z Flip 5G. The device features a dual-camera setup with an ultra-wide 12MP sensor and 12mm-equivalent f/2.2-aperture lens, as well as an LED flash, making it a powerful creative implement and design aide. To prove it, Samsung commissioned artworks and furniture from Mexican painter Luisa Salas, Brooklyn design incubator Lichen, and Brooklyn interior designer and shop owner Maggie Holladay of Claude Home. And to maximize the impact of those commissions, the company has also partnered with Complex and world-famous auction house Sotheby’s to sell those works. Even better, the proceeds will go to non-profit organizations of each designer’s choosing, including the International Rescue Committee, the Black Interior Designers Network, and The Loveland Foundation. To learn a little bit more about Luisa, Lichen, and Maggie, we swung by their respective design studios to see how their auction pieces were progressing. While there, we also got their backstories and learned how the Galaxy Z Flip 5G helps them work.