Friday, December 18, 2015

Give To Cure #2015HolidayGiftGuide

American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist, illustrator and founded of OBEY, Shepard Fairey is working with the Give To Cure team to design a handful of special items for this holiday season, that do more than just show off your style: They show off your conscience. Give To Cure (GTC) is the world's first non-profit that accelerates drug development by empowering individuals to directly and transparently fund clinical trials through crowdfunding. They believe that by working as a larger community we can actually create cures for devastating diseases, like Alzheimer’s.
Widely known for his Barack Obama "Hope" poster, Fairey’s work for the non profit includes a range of products that can be worn my mom, dad, siblings, or your best bud. The line includes T-shirts, hats and sweatshirts, all between $40 - $60. He’s also designed three unique posters, which you can buy as prints to spruce up any dorm room or office for $60, or for a true art lover, splurge for the limited edition version, currently going for just over $5,000.
Aside from the super chic swag you’ll be gifting, the best part is that every cent of your hard earned money will go directly to clinical trials. With this beautifully crafted set of apparel, you can help spread the word and help fund Research Powered By The People.

Check it all out at Give To Cure on Facebook, as well as Give To Cure on Twitter.

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