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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.
Philadelphia, PA
In the City of Brotherly Love, one need not look further to find the nation’s largest collection of graffiti-embracing murals made through the city’s Mural Arts Program for proof that it’s a place with a platform for innovative and inspiring artists who care about their community.
11,757 Homeless (2011)
7.9% Unemployment rate (2011)
7,705 victims of domestic violence were turned away from shelters due to lack of space (2011)
Philadelphia Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Covenant House Pennsylvania
Provides homeless, runaway and trafficked youth with a continuum of services that promote independent living.
31 E. Armat Street
Philadelphia, PA 19144
(215) 951-5411
Philadelphia Shirts Are made by these Artists
Dustin Kemper
Producing work as a freelance artist under the studio name Tenfold, Dustin is a designer and illustrator working in various mixed media including painting, photography, graffiti, typography and collage.
Kelly Clawson
A soon-to-be graduate from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Kelly is an interactive designer who also enjoys typography and illustration. Beyond pushing pixels, she can be found dining on local food around Philly, and has an insatiable obsession with Moleskine notebooks.
Sabrina Pfautz
Sabrina is a full-time graphic designer in both the print and digital realms, and also moonlights as a freelance illustrator. She loves bringing handmade texture and typographic elements into her work, and enjoys experimenting with screen printing in her free time.
David Spak
David is experienced in many realms of the creative world—including print and web design, motion graphics, video production, and illustration—and has worked with clients ranging from independent musicians to Fortune 500 companies. David’s work has been recognized by National Geographic, the Urban Mediamakers Film Festival, and the Donate Life Hollywood Film Festival.
Adam Trageser
A self-proclaimed lettering and type junkie, Adam is the founder of Two Left Lettering Co., as well as a freelance letterer and illustrator. He prides himself on the integrity of his work, which has been featured in many design publications. Adam is also an avid cyclist and ice cream fanatic who likes his beer dark and comedy even darker.