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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.
Washington, DC
In between sprawling spaces like the National Mall and long streets lined with row houses, our nation’s capital is chock-full of amazing museums and beautiful sites where American history is made every day.
13,205 Homeless (2011)
5.5% Unemployment rate (2011)
24.1% increase amongst homeless children from 2008 to 2009
Washington, DC Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Angel's Watch Regional Center
Offers emergency, domestic violence, hypothermia and transitional shelter programs for homeless single women and women with children in Southern Maryland.
8395 Leonardtown Road
Hughesville, MD 20637
(301) 274-0680
Covenant House Washington
Provides food, shelter, emergency and support services to at-risk, homeless and runaway youth.
2001 Mississippi Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20020
(202) 610-9600
Washington, DC Shirts Are made by these Artists
Matt Chase
Matt is a Kansan-born designer, illustrator and writer who once worked for Hallmark Cards. His work has been mentioned in national publications such as Fast Company and The Atlantic Wire. Matt lives in Washington, DC and works at Design Army.
Kristine Chatterjie
Graphic designer Kristine Chatterjie is a DC-native, having grown up in the suburbs of Maryland. Her work is mostly focused on branding, infographics, and layout design, and she has an extreme fondness for vector illustrations. Kristine’s work can be seen throughout DC, most notably on the city’s Metrorail and Metrobus transit system.
Dana Kunkel
Originally from Buffalo, NY, Dana Kunkel is a freelance illustrator and designer living in DC and working under the name ArtKunk. She specializes in illustration, branding and web design. When not in her studio, she can be found at the aquarium, yelling at kids for tapping on the glass.