Switchfoot & Anberlin Tour Poster

So i had been trying to get a hold of Switchfoot and Anberlin to partner with them in order to raise support for the Stand Up for Kids organization (SUFK). Here is the scoop on SUFK, the poster and concept.
I would be honored to have your help in supporting this cause. I first was spurred to help after seeing a video encouraging those that attended the show to bring a backpack for a kid in need.

My original plan was to print these posters and give them to Switchfoot and Anberlin to sell on tour and in turn give the funds to SUFK or buy backpacks for kids in need. However, that was not in the cards; so i am going to be selling the posters and sending the money raised to SUFK. I typically don't like selling the posters for to much just so everyone can afford to get there hands on some wonderful screen prints. That said these are a little more expensive.

The price for the poster is $25 (plus $5 s+h). Go in with some friends and save on some shipping if you like i'm totally down with that. The specs on the image are 11.5" x 17" on a 12.5" x 19" sheet of 80 lb paper. I have printed 3 editions of about 50 each. The only difference is the paper color. You can have your pick of French Papers Construction Safety Orange, Duro Tone Packing Brown Wrap or a good ole white paper.

Please keep in mind that the profits will be going to a great cause. (If you want to help another cause and get a poster in the process jump over to Ink Initiative and help my buddy Keith Bowman and his team to make an impact.)

The finger print, in its very nature, is a human element that defines who we are. However, there is so much more to us then the blood and water that make up our bodies. That's where the lion come into the picture (in case you couldn't figure out what it was in the fingerprint). The Lionin the finger print represents inner strength and determination. The strength of those on the street and those fighting to help tomorrow be better for them. I liked that it works in duality.

Thanks for hangin in there to the end. Hopefully you have been encouraged to lend a helping hand. Keep in mind that you can always volunteer in your community and brighten the life of someone else.

Here are some shots of the art and the final posters.

Thanks again for stopping by the site and please spread the word. There are about 140 posters left. We are on our way to helping others.

Head over to my site and shoot me an email if you interested in picking up one or more of the posters. I am gonna try and sell as many off Etsy as possible to get as much as possible to SUFK.

Till next time.


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