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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.
San Francisco, CA
Second only to New York City in population density, San Francisco is loaded with lively people and places, with plenty of off-the-path destinations between unique landmarks from the Palace of Fine Arts and Lombard Street in the city to the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz on the bay.
8,000 Homeless (2011)
8.5% Unemployment rate (2011)
264 families are on a waiting list to get into a shelter (2011)
San Francisco Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
After-School All-Stars – Bay Area
Provides after-school sports, educational, cultural and community enrichment programs that keep at-risk youth safe, and help them achieve in school and life.
550 Valley Way, Sobrato Nonprofit Center
Milpitas, CA 95035
(408) 946-2727
Raphael House
Assists at-risk children and their parents in Northern California achieve stable housing and financial independence, while strengthening family bonds and personal dignity.
1065 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 474-4621
Shelter Network
Provides housing and support services that create opportunities for homeless families and individuals to re-establish self-sufficiency and to return to permanent homes of their own.
1450 Chapin Avenue, 2nd Floor
Burlingame, CA 94010
(650) 685-5880
San Francisco Shirts Are made by these Artists
Nazir Agah
Originally from Northern Virginia, Nazir is a graphic designer and illustrator based in San Francisco who enjoys design, illustration, pencil drawing and gocco, a self-contained compact color printing system. In his spare time, Nazir loves helping unite the local art and bicycle communities in San Francisco through the organization Papergirl SF.
Richard Perez
Richard Perez, a.k.a “Skinny Ships,” is originally from Los Angeles but now lives in San Francisco. His client list boasts the likes of Google and Death Cab for Cutie. Richard is also a self-proclaimed “cat whisperer” and admits that he is “bad at writing these ‘about me’ bios.” We forgive you, Skinny.
Heather Tompkins
Heather is a freelance illustrator, designer and productions assistant in the Bay Area who also works for Papergirl SF and blogs for Street Anatomy. She received her BFA in film and television with a minor in illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and is currently pursuing her MFA in web design and interactive media.
Ben Walker
San Francisco-based illustrator and app-creator Ben Walker enjoys putting his spin on pop culture, bears with guns, singing cowboys, flying machine operators, and odd inhabitants of The Old West. An accomplished artist, Ben’s work has been showcased in galleries throughout the U.S.