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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.
Seattle, WA
Seated between the Puget Sound and Lake Washington, Seattle emerged and still thrives as one of America’s largest ports, ebbing over its history of logging and shipbuilding to more recent booms led by Boeing and new technology. Apparently, all this innovation calls for a lot of coffee, which has also kept up many a music maker from Ray Charles and Jimi Hendrix to the seminal sounds of grunge and indie rock.
12,921 Homeless (2011)
7.8% Unemployment rate (2011)
2,031 children under 18 are living in homeless shelters
Seattle Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Offers an integrated array of clinical services and supportive housing for vulnerable adults living with behavioral health disorders and chronic homelessness.
515 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 464-1570
Mamma’s Hands
Provides a safe home and support services for women and their children in crisis to rebuild their lives, as well as reconnects the homeless with their families across the country.
P.O. Box 40464
Bellevue, WA 98015-4464
(206) 915-2073
Roots Young Adult Shelter
Offers shelter to homeless young adults ages 18 to 25, and is one of the only co-ed shelters in Seattle.
1415 NE 43rd Street
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 632-1635
Seattle Shirts Are made by these Artists
Raised on horror movies and Disneyland rides, 13fngrs has a penchant for the absurd and a eye for the odd. Once the Art Director for Macy’s, 13fngrs has a passion for mashing up pop culture, fine art, monster movies, and Disney characters into a creative style that is all his own.
Chase Kunz
Chase is a freelance designer and illustrator from Seattle, WA. His unique illustration style has been featured with Urban Outfitters, Grooveshark and Jackthreads. Chase takes inspiration from music, video games and cartoons.
Loren Marks
A transplant from New York City, Loren currently lives and works as an artist in Seattle. When not in her studio working away on her latest painting, Loren can often be found roaming back alleys for cool junk, air conducting to Beethoven, or devouring Bukowski.
Pam Wishbow
Pam Wishbow is a Seattle-based illustrator and designer who has worked for magazines and small companies all over the U.S. When she is not working for others, Pam works on her own business where she is pestered by the constant allure of video games.