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"Invite everyone who cares to work on what's possible." Illustrated by Kali Ciesemier from $ 30.00
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Kindness by Micah Schmiedeskamp from $ 26.00
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Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Jon Cain from $ 25.00
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"Trust that meaningful conversations can change the world." Illustrated by Julia Rothman from $ 30.00
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Pride and Prejudice Baby Onesie by Alexis Lampley
Pride and Prejudice Baby Onesie by Alexis Lampley $ 23.00
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No Killing Hoodie by Brandon Kish
No Killing Hoodie by Brandon Kish $ 40.00
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Save Our Waves by Todd Gilloon
Save Our Waves by Todd Gilloon from $ 26.00
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Yosemite National Park Baby Onesie by Naomi Sloman
Yosemite National Park Baby Onesie by Naomi Sloman $ 23.00
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We run crowdsourced campaigns around causes, inviting artists to build collections of original, visual, meaningful content. We are a growing creative community of thousands of artists & designers around the world. Our campaigns are not contests, we welcome everyone to participate. We turn their beautiful designs into, prints, and other meaningful merchandise, made with care in the US. Learn more about CAN

Artist Spotlight

Meet the Artist: E. Michelle Peterson

November 14, 2014

E. Michelle Peterson has submitted incredible designs to multiple CAN campaigns. She was born in Saugus, California but was raised in Willamette Valley in Oregon and currently lives in Florida. In this spotlight we learned that she loves to get her inspiration for her work from nature, but there's so much more! Dive right in and find out more about her.   Here she is at work on her cover for Call of the Wild for Recovering The Classics.   Describe how you became an artist. I became an artist by continually doing art. Early in my life I didn’t think of myself as an artist even though I always sketched, sculpted, doodled and created things. In high school I...

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Meet the Artist: Christopher Scott

November 05, 2014

Christopher Scott is from Northern Ireland but currently lives in Quito, Ecuador. He has contributed to four CAN campaigns, the latest being Vote The Environment. We asked him a few questions and here are his illuminating answers. Describe how you became an artist.When I was younger I was always drawing and painting. But it got to the point when I was 17 years old that I felt like I was not creating anything new with Art as I was always just copying of a photo or a scenery. So one day I turned on the computer in the classroom and there was this icon called Microsoft Paint. I opened it and started messing about with the features and 3 hours later...

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