You’d give the shirt off your back for your favorite cause.
Instead help out by getting dressed in Creative Growth for Everybody cotton basics.
A collaboration between NYC’s The News and the Knoernschild family in L.A., the seasonal collection is printed with artwork from Oakland’s Creative Growth Center (a nonprofit providing programs to adult artists with mental, physical, emotional, and developmental disabilities).
Aurie Ramirez’s pop art, glam-rock maidens and Kewpie-faced desserts adorn soft tanks, while a long-sleeve T-shirt dress is decorated with Dan Miller’s layered ink masterpiece — overdrawn food words that reflect his culinary obsession.
Artist bios are printed inside each piece, and proceeds benefit the center.
Shirts. No shoes. For service.
Photo: Courtesy of Creative Growth for Everybody