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We’ve made connections with artists and worthy organizations in cities all over the country. When an artist’s shirt is purchased, their city wins.
Austin, TX
Austin has to be one of the funkiest and most colorful cities in the world. Warm in climate and community, weird by self-definition, ever-evolving as immigrants arrive from all directions, yet tirelessly true to its Texas pride.
2,362 Homeless (2011)
6.3% Unemployment rate (2011)
160 homeless families (2008)
Austin Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Front Steps
Provides a pathway home through shelter, affordable housing and community education.
500 East 7th Street
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 305-4100
House the Homeless
Provides education and advocacy surrounding all issues of homelessness.
P.O. Box 2312
Austin, TX 78768
(512) 796-4366
Trinity Center
Serves the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of people experiencing homelessness and poverty in Austin.
304 East 7th Street
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 610-3515
Austin Shirts Are made by these Artists
Jaime Hernandez
A Freeport, Texas native turned Austinite, Jaime is a freelance illustrator and exhibits his artwork in local gallery shows. He often creates images based on life experiences, and finds inspiration from both music and the written word. In addition to his art, Jaime loves to play guitar, drink tea and occasionally write terrible songs.
Missi Jay
Born and raised in Oklahoma City, Missi moved to Austin in 1993 where she worked with some of the city’s most talented designers. In 1999, she launched Gigglebox Design and creates custom illustrations for organizations and non-profits. Missi draws inspiration from music, Sour Patch Kids and Andy Warhol.
Daniel Townson
Originally from Buffalo, NY, Daniel transplanted to Austin two years ago to pursue his goals in freelance design. Working in both print and web environments, Daniel is also a digital artist, using his own photography to create intricate digital mashups that border on the surreal and abstract.
Nathan Walker
Nathan is a designer, illustrator and art director working under the handle of “All The Pretty Colors.” His work has appeared in Communication Arts’ 2013 Typography Annual 3, Computer Arts, and Kult Magazine. Nathan has done design work for a number of prestigious brands, ranging from Pepsi to UPS to Chase Bank.