Artists Design T-Shirt, Sell It To Raise $300,000 For Charity [Video]
When someone buys Justin Gignac's shirt for UNICEF, the money goes towards what's printed on it.
At PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, the artist Justin Gignac came on to stage to give an update to the audience since he last spoke in 2011. Gignac spoke about how he took the ‘Wants For Sale‘ idea behind the paint-what-you-would-like paintings that he and his artist wife had been creating for a few years, and apply it to fundraising. The Gignacs have created a range of T-Shirts with Threadless to raise funds for UNICEF. When someone buys a shirt the money goes towards what’s printed on it.
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