Mason Watson is on a mission. The Art Center College for Design student fused together his passion for cars and background in design to form Cure Collection, a t-shirt design company. This is no ordinary t-shirt design company though.
Started in 2013 when Watson was a full-time student, Cure Collection set out on personal, singular mission– to further breast cancer research. In 2008, Waston lost his mother to breast cancer and wanted to do something to help the millions of women currently suffering with the disease. As noted on his site, “1 of 8 women in the US will develop some form of cancer in her lifetime.” With Cure Collection, Watson hopes to help bring that statistic down.
Cure Collection is an automotive lifestyle brand that features high-quality t-shirts with a variety of colors, styles and designs. Each t-shirt is made of 100% ringspun cotton with the designs hand printed. Cure Collection also features a host of framed posters and stickers to choose from. The best part? Watson’s taking the proceeds and putting them to good use. When you purchase a Cure Collection t-shirt, 20 percent of the proceeds will go directly to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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