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Salt Lake City, UT
With its beautiful Great Basin backdrop of Rocky Mountains, Salt Lake City’s presence as a metropolitan mecca for skiing and outdoor recreation made it the most populated city to host the Winter Olympic Games in 2002.
2,033 Homeless (2011)
5.4% Unemployment rate (2011)
48% increase in the number of homeless school-age children from 2008 to 2010
Salt Lake City Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Rescue Mission of Salt Lake
Meets the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the homeless, addicted and impoverished through humanitarian efforts and faith.
463 S. 400 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 355-1302
Salt Lake City Mission
Provides emergency services and long-term recovery programs to help meet the physical, mental, educational and spiritual needs of homeless and impoverished individuals.
320 W. 200 South, Suite 120B
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 355-6310
The Road Home
Operates the largest shelter in Utah, offering a comprehensive housing program that helps homeless individuals and families move into housing as quickly as possible.
210 S. Rio Grande Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 359-4142
Salt Lake City Shirts Are made by these Artists
Derek Ballard
Derek Ballard is a designer, illustrator and printer living in Salt Lake City, doing work under the alias Conduit. A proponent of D.I.Y. ethics, Derek produces the majority of his work in his basement print studio. He is also heavily involved in the local Salt Lake music scene, currently playing in two bands, Gunner and Still Sea.
Trent Call
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Trent graduated from the University of Utah with a BFA. A well-known figure in Salt Lake’s arts community, Trent combines formal academic painting with comics, graffiti and popular culture. He currently works out of CAPTAIN CAPTAIN Studios along with several other local artists.
Jill De Haan
Jill De Haan is a passionate hand letterer and graphic designer who finds creative inspiration in the small pleasures that surround her. A frequent day-dreamer with an unquenchable taste for prunes, Jill takes great joy in perusing consignment shops, embroidering handkerchiefs, and enjoying a nice cup of peppermint tea.
David Habben
David has been creating designs for advertisements, publications and apparel for several years. A freelance designer enjoying life with his family in Salt Lake City, David loves warm summer days spent riding his motorcycle.
Matt Scribner
Matt Scribner, a.k.a. “Scrib,” is a Salt Lake City-based designer and illustrator who is passionate about his profession and his faith. Matt spends his days split between interface design and the dream world of 1950s illustration. He combines his love of art and faith working for Underbelly and The Rock Church.