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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.
Los Angeles, CA
Greater Los Angeles, from the Pacific shores to the Santa Monica Mountains, holds one of the world’s most diverse and influential populations, and it takes a City of Angels to look after such a scope of people.
57,153 Homeless (2011)
10.6% Unemployment rate (2011)
20% of LA's homeless population have physical disabilities
Los Angeles Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
After-School All-Stars
A leading after-school program provider for students K-12 whose daily activities are centered around health, fitness and nutrition; visual and performing arts; youth leadership; and community service learning.
9255 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 500
Los Angeles, CA 90069
(310) 275-3232
Shelter Partnership
Dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness by offering short-term and transitional housing programs, affordable housing, and supportive services throughout Los Angeles County.
523 W. 6th Street, Suite 616
Los Angeles, CA 90014-1224
(213) 688-2188
Los Angeles Shirts Are made by these Artists
Mike Farrell
Mike a freelance artist, illustrator, designer and appreciator, who loves craft beer, type, high contrast and baseball. Mike is the creator and architect of, and belongs to a downtown art collective called the Jewelry Collective. Presently, he works as the lead designer and art director at Fearless Records and sister label Old Friends Records.
Bijou Karman
Los Angeles-based artist Bijou Karman currently studies Illustration at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and also works as a freelance illustrator. She has a specific focus on drawing, and fashion illustration and styling. Bijou’s obsessions include magazines, art books, shoes, mushrooms, postcards, stickers, Kate Moss, and 1960s surf movies.
Dennis Salvatier
Artist and graphic designer Dennis Salvatier provides branding and illustration services through Salvatier Studios in Los Angeles, and has worked for companies such as Century 21, and Pacific Sunwear. A fan of comics, movies and animation, Dennis also creates new characters and their story lines as tanoshiboy. He can be caught doodling on napkins in local coffee shops across LA.