The Peace print is our signature print and represents “peace and harmony among all things.”
The Peace print supports Earth Day Network. Growing out of the first Earth Day, Earth Day Network (EDN) works with over 22,000 partners in 192 countries to broaden, diversify and mobilize the environmental movement. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world. Learn more at www.earthday.org
One World was created by Diane Barcelowsky, a New York art teacher, and represents the idea that “we all share one world, one dream of peace.”
One World supports the Elephant Nature Park, which is an elephant rescue and rehabilitation center in Northern Thailand where you can volunteer and visit to help. They have been involved in dozens of rescues to create a thriving elephant herd. The park provides a natural environment for elephants and other animals under our care. Volunteers and visitors contribute to the healing while learning about their lives past and present. Learn more at www.elephantnaturepark.org
True Love was created by Marq Spusta, a San Francisco gig-poster artist, and represents the “birds and the bees”.
True Love supports Project Apis m. Their mission is to fund and direct research to enhance the health and vitality of honey bee colonies while improving crop production. They are the go-to organization at the interface of honeybees and pollinated crops. They’ve infused over 2.5 million into bee research since their inception in 2006 to provide growers with healthier bees resulting in better pollination and increased crop yields. Learn more: projectapism.org
Water Nation was created by Daphane Park, a New York painter, and symbolizes being “born into water, born into peace.”
Water Nation supports WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, (formerly WDCS), the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. WDC defends these remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue. WDC’s North American office is based in Plymouth, MA. WDC staff, volunteers and interns conduct research, respond to emergent events, and work to create a world where every whale and dolphin is safe and free. Visit www.whales.org to learn more about how you can help as a volunteer, advocate, or donor.
Treehouse was created by Sara Blake, a New York artist, and represents a song her sister wrote with the lyrics “I wanna feel the air, I wanna feel the breeze.”
Treehouse supports The Canopy Project, which plants trees that help communities - especially the world's impoverished communities - sustain themselves and their local economies. Trees reverse the impacts of land degradation and provide food, energy and income, helping communities to achieve long-term economic and environmental sustainability. Learn more: www.earthday.org/campaign/canopy-project
Flower Power was created by Joshua Davis, a New York technologist and designer, and represents “the power of peace in the beauty of nature”.
Flower Power supports the North American Butterfly Association (NABA). The mission of the NABA is to conserve butterflies and their habitats by direct action and by educating the public about how to enjoy and conserve butterflies. NABA programs include the National Butterfly Center, a 100 acre conservation and education center in Mission, Texas; the NABA Butterfly Count Program — a citizen science program that monitors butterfly populations throughout North America; and the NABA Butterfly Garden and Habitat Program (including a garden certification program) — conserving butterflies one site at a time. If we can save butterflies, we can save ourselves. Learn more: www.naba.org
Bambu was created by Jetro Martinez, a San Francisco street artist, and symbolizes “the perfect balance of flexibility, grace and strength.”
Bambu supports World Bamboo, an organization that is focused on the global exchange of environmental, socioeconomic, biological, botanical and cultural aspects of bamboo. By bringing together bamboo people, our goal is to provide new partnerships and alliances to advance the efforts of bamboo knowledge. Bamboo plays a diverse and vital role in a wide range of markets - both traditional and newly emerging - relating to housing and household materials, consumer products, environmental remediation, medicine, nutrition, alternative energies and climate mitigation. Help us keep bamboo strong at www.worldbamboo.net
Dreamland was created by Marq Spusta, a San Francisco gig-poster artist, and promotes “fairy tales do come true.”
Dreamland supports NPH-USA which is dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned, abandoned and disadvantaged children through the support of the Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH) network of homes in Latin America and the Caribbean. Learn more at www.friendsoftheorphans.org
Spirit Desert was created by Valentina Ramos, a Miami based graphic designer and symbolizes that "The spirit of the owl brings truth and wisdom"
Wild At Heart is dedicated to the conservation and preservation of Arizona's native birds of prey through the rescue, rehabilitation, relocation and release of owls, hawks, falcons and the occasional eagle. Wild At Heart provides educational programs, youth volunteer opportunities, and corporate team building and work projects. To learn more about how you can help visit www.wildatheartowls.org.
Xen Garden was created by Olivia Schoeff, winner of Sakroots Unleash Your Inner Artist. It symbolizes "The essence of nature encourages inner bravery and courage"
The San Francisco Botanical Garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park, offering 55 acres of both landscaped gardens and open spaces, showcasing over 8,000 different kinds of plants from around the world. It offers a place where visitors can experience nature, learn about plants and the environment in an 'outdoor classroom.' They aim for visitors to connect with and more fully understand the need to protect nature. To learn more visit www.sfbotanicalgarden.org
Songbird was created by Josana Blue, a painter living in Bushwick, NY . It symbolizes "The music and rhythm gives us infinite love"
The Harmony Project's mission is to promote the healthy growth and development of children through the study, practice and performance of music. To build healthier communities by investing in the positive development of children through music and develop children as musical ambassadors of peace, hope and understanding amongst people of diverse cultures, backgrounds and beliefs.To learn more visit www.harmony-project.org
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