Automotive art has been transplanted to another medium, and this time in a wearable form. With only 18 days left to meet their goal, ICON and Art of Craft have collaborated on a project to raise money for the GO Campaign through selling custom designed t-shirts.
Dubbed “Project No. 003,” the page for ICON’s Art of Craft campaign features a video interview with owner and founder of ICON and TLC restoration Jonathan Ward. In the video, Ward explains the history of ICON and the purpose and intent that goes into every part of every car they create. “Clarity of focus and intent” in every aspect of every car is something Ward describes in the video as being integral to ICON’s mission of restoring the past.
It’s the same kind of clarity that he would like to help bring to Guerrero, Mexico. The GO Campaign’s Right to Education project is working to build three primary schools in three Me’phaa communities. Because the Me’phaa are an indigenous tribe, the national government does not provide educational resources to the area, which is where the GO Campaign, with help from Ward and others, steps in.
Art of Craft has designed a full collection of unique and original shirts, each featuring one of ICON’s creations or an inspirational message, which are available for sale on the Art of Craft Campaign page. Each is available for $39, is 100% cotton and was made in the United States.
Ward’s campaign hopes to raise $2,400 before their deadline of March 11, and they’re already halfway there.
To support ICON, Art of Craft and the GO Campaign, visit their page here.
(Source: ICON & ArtofCraft.com)