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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.
Houston, TX
So sprawling that it has two skylines, the Bayou City boasts one of the world’ busiest ports, more Fortune 500 headquarters than anywhere other than New York City, and an internationally-renowned museum district in which the majority of its museums are free.
9,217 Homeless (2011)
7.3% Unemployment rate (2011)
14% of children live in extreme poverty (2010)
Houston Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Star of Hope Mission
Dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless men, women and their children by offering structured programs that focus on spiritual growth.
6897 Ardmore
Houston, TX 77054
(813) 748-0700
Houston Shirts Are made by these Artists
Jennifer Blanco
A graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York, Jennifer Blanco has worked with design teams ranging from JP Morgan Chase to The Museum of Modern Art, and has been featured in several design compendiums. When not developing brands at Spindletop Design, she can be found mixing ink for Workhorse Printmakers, teaching design, and building design awareness throughout Houston as the Vice President of AIGA Houston.
Tricia Waterbury
Tricia enjoys all aspects of visual culture, with equal passions for fine art, illustration and design. Her artwork draws influence from all three of these artistic fields, with the subjects of her work are frequently animals and nature. Tricia also loves to sip on exotic teas and coffees, and taste different international cuisine.