Photo by GoAbove
Oregon has recently been in the news for its high unemployment numbers (and subsequently homeless population), and the artist known as Above want’s your help to do something about it. He’s created a run of 100 prints which he’s hoping to sell to raise money for a shelter that services the homeless population in the NorthWest known as the Transitions Project. 100% of proceeds will go to the shelter, and ultimately help a lot of needy folks. It’s getting cold out there folks. For $49, you can really make a difference. As the sign says, every little thing helps when you have nothing.
More info here.
PRINT NAME: “HOMELESS, NOT HOPELESS” ( H.N.H. )
EDITION SIZE: 100. All prints are screen printed and hand finished with watercolor by ABOVE.
EXTRA FEATURES: 100% of all the profits will be donated to the T.P.I. (TRANSITION PROJECTS// http://www.tprojects.org ) homeless shelter in Portland, Oregon. U.S.A. /// ABOVE spent extra time in personally hand coloring each print with watercolor in addition to custom embossing, signing and numbering each print **
PAPER SIZE/COLORS: 15 inches X 22 inches (38cm. X 56cm.) PRINTED ON ARCHIVAL LENNOX-100 250 GSM PAPER. 1-black layer “Halftone” printing with individual hand watercolor from ABOVE.