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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.
Richmond, VA
Richmond is a historic hub of activity from its standing along the James River to the world’s only triple-crossing of rail lines to the intersection of two major interstates. Its sense of history is revealed with a ride down Monument Avenue, along which are statues from Civil War icons to local products such as tennis star and social advocate Arthur Ashe.
1,153 Homeless (2011)
6.8% Unemployment rate (2011)
17% of homeless are veterans (2011)
Richmond Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Freedom House
Provides food, shelter and a continuum of rehabilitative programs for Richmond’s homeless, working poor, and people in crisis.
1201 Hull Street
Richmond, VA 23224
(804) 233-4064
The Daily Planet
Offers accessible, comprehensive, and integrated quality health services to those at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness.
517 W. Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 783-0678
Richmond Shirts Are made by these Artists
Eric Pfeiffer
A senior studying Communication Arts at VCU, Eric is an accomplished illustrator, cartoonist and graffiti artist, who lays claim to graffiti found in some of the world’s most forgotten corners. Eric has created designs for ESPN The Magazine, directed and published the local comic anthology "The RVAnthology", and is the creator of Kid Havoc, an industry mashup of comics and fashion.
Morgan Sawyer
Born at the Air Force Academy into a military family, Morgan traveled the world before settling down in Richmond. His art is often influenced by global cultures and history. A lover of designing video games and drawing caricatures, Morgan earned degrees in Communication Arts and Creative Advertising from Virginia Commonwealth University.