- California style water-based print
- 100% cotton
- Fits true to size
- Female model is wearing a size M for an oversized fit
- Male model is wearing a size L
- All orders ship June 30
If Waves For Water does a t-shirt, how is it different?
Inspired by this question, we approached this t-shirt concept the same way we would our programs in the field – how can we take an existing model and make it better?
The result: Artists For Water. We asked a few of our talented artist friends who inspire us, to each create original art for a t-shirt, representing their artistic interpretation of who we are and what we do.
We didn’t limit the artists by asking them to just do their spin on our logo, but rather gave them some key inspiration points that speak to what we do, to see how they'd interpret it.
As we had hoped, each of them took different approaches, while maintaining their signature styles in the process.
The end results are amazing original pieces of art that truly help to communicate the spirit of Waves For Water.
We are honored and humbled by the efforts of each artist and excited to share them with our community.
Widely recognized as a pioneer of the street skating scene in the 1980's, Natas Kaupas grew up in sunny Santa Monica, California perfecting ollies and skating up walls as a teenager. After gaining recognition among professional skating teams, Natas began his career as a professional skater appearing in various films including the acclaimed skate film Wheels on Fire and follow-up film Streets on Fire.
The goal with this campaign is two fold:
Generate funds that will be put directly towards our programs in the field, while also creating a little token/badge for our supporters to share with the world.
Waves For Water programing has touched over 7 million people in more than 27 countries, including Sierra Leone, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Haiti, Brazil, Liberia, Mexico, India, and Colombia but the work is far from over. One in nine people still do not have access to clean water. It is our belief that collectively we have the ability to stand as one, in the fight against waterborne disease and make a difference in people’s lives, one filter at a time.