Design Cause Tshirts

Stemming from years of personal experiences, Design Cause's "Inspire Project" was created by merging concepts of social responsibility with marketing and design. Its purpose is to motivate success, enhance communication and build community spirit through art and stories.
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‘Snow’ was originally designed for the cover of a snowboarding video I produced under the name WMH Productions. I had been filming rails all day with a group of guys and had captured a video of Ryan Hall rockin out. I loved the shot and extracted a still image to rebuild in Illustrator. What you see is a close representation of the original cover. I normally don’t like actually graphics of snowboarding on tee shirts, but I like this.    http://designcause.ca/shop/snow/  $38

‘Snow’ was originally designed for the cover of a snowboarding video I produced under the name WMH Productions. I had been filming rails all day with a group of guys and had captured a video of Ryan Hall rockin out. I loved the shot and extracted a still image to rebuild in Illustrator. What you see is a close representation of the original cover. I normally don’t like actually graphics of snowboarding on tee shirts, but I like this. http://designcause.ca/shop/snow/ $38

Shortly after my grandmother had passed away, while I was still newly grieving her loss, I went skiing. At the top of one of the chairlifts, I looked around me and was in such great awe of my surroundings. I then felt my grief turn to gratitude in a magical moment when my feeling changed from “I miss Grandma” to “Thanks for all the time I had with Grandma”. I smiled and felt at peace.    Story by Shawna S.  $38

Shortly after my grandmother had passed away, while I was still newly grieving her loss, I went skiing. At the top of one of the chairlifts, I looked around me and was in such great awe of my surroundings. I then felt my grief turn to gratitude in a magical moment when my feeling changed from “I miss Grandma” to “Thanks for all the time I had with Grandma”. I smiled and felt at peace. Story by Shawna S. $38

The Lodgepole Pine is the first tree to re-grow after a forest fire. Its cones open up in the heat of a fire, plant new seeds, and grow again. I believe that when faced with tragedy, every person has something within them that can be opened to plant new seeds and grow again, just like the Lodgepole Pine.    Story by Susanne S.  $30

The Lodgepole Pine is the first tree to re-grow after a forest fire. Its cones open up in the heat of a fire, plant new seeds, and grow again. I believe that when faced with tragedy, every person has something within them that can be opened to plant new seeds and grow again, just like the Lodgepole Pine. Story by Susanne S. $30

Finally! I made the long trip to Cochabamba, Bolivia to meet the fabulous knitters of the MINKHA co-operative. They invited us on a day’s outing. The three hour drive took twenty knitters and three Canadians to a special trout lunch at a “Shangri-la” that could have been in the South Pacific. This outing was a first for the knitters...  Read more at: http://designcause.ca/shop/minkha/ $26.00

Finally! I made the long trip to Cochabamba, Bolivia to meet the fabulous knitters of the MINKHA co-operative. They invited us on a day’s outing. The three hour drive took twenty knitters and three Canadians to a special trout lunch at a “Shangri-la” that could have been in the South Pacific. This outing was a first for the knitters... Read more at: http://designcause.ca/shop/minkha/ $26.00

It lives in my heart and protects it ferociously. Black and slick. Gaining size when my mind gets invaded by bad dreams.  It waits. Patiently setting traps and brushing its teeth, preparing for one unlucky dream or another to attempt breaking down those gates.  I burst through my door! Fearful, scared, out of breath....  Read more at: http://designcause.ca/shop/the-nightmare-eater/  Story by Natalie J. $20.00

It lives in my heart and protects it ferociously. Black and slick. Gaining size when my mind gets invaded by bad dreams. It waits. Patiently setting traps and brushing its teeth, preparing for one unlucky dream or another to attempt breaking down those gates. I burst through my door! Fearful, scared, out of breath.... Read more at: http://designcause.ca/shop/the-nightmare-eater/ Story by Natalie J. $20.00

Eddy was a new design style I found in a 'Art Project' magazine in 2010. I was totally inspired by the colour and  creative process it has. Here's a link to more I have designed using the same imaginative technique...    http://designcause.ca/graphic-design/snowman-series/  $20

Eddy was a new design style I found in a 'Art Project' magazine in 2010. I was totally inspired by the colour and creative process it has. Here's a link to more I have designed using the same imaginative technique... http://designcause.ca/graphic-design/snowman-series/ $20

Asian Elk Sun was originally design as a team shirt for a Habitat for Humanity build in the Philippines. The concept was to merge the two cultures (Canada and the Philippines) together using elements from both sides.    http://designcause.ca/shop/asian-elk-sun/  $26

Asian Elk Sun was originally design as a team shirt for a Habitat for Humanity build in the Philippines. The concept was to merge the two cultures (Canada and the Philippines) together using elements from both sides. http://designcause.ca/shop/asian-elk-sun/ $26

Moonlight Mountains was inspired by my love for camping; packing up the gear and heading out of the city for a weekend. Everything’s so unpredictable out there and there’s no set schedule. For me, the best is waking up whenever we want, cooking a good breakfast over the fire, then heading out to explore new trails for the day. It hard to predict what kinds of wildlife you’re going to see, but we always follow the necessary precautions and do our best to stay safe. Story by Brad H.  $26

Moonlight Mountains was inspired by my love for camping; packing up the gear and heading out of the city for a weekend. Everything’s so unpredictable out there and there’s no set schedule. For me, the best is waking up whenever we want, cooking a good breakfast over the fire, then heading out to explore new trails for the day. It hard to predict what kinds of wildlife you’re going to see, but we always follow the necessary precautions and do our best to stay safe. Story by Brad H. $26


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