We talked a little earlier this week about the flooding that's hit Nashville and the residents in surrounding areas. Local artists have donated their time and resources in making art prints and t-shirts whose proceeds are all being donated to relief efforts. There's some good lookin' prints, so see if there's anything your home could use and help out a good cause.
Below are several of the prints from different artists that have put their mad skillz (the "z" lets you know how awesome they are!) to use for a great cause. There's also 1 t-shirt design below and although it's not exactly home decor, you'd look pretty great sitting on your sofa while wearing it. That's interior design right?
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• Love Your Neighbor: from Ty Mattson. It's only $10 and comes in a 12x18" size. It's perfect for any home, no matter where you live. Proceeds will be going to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund.
• You Can't Keep A Good Town Down : Every last cent from the sale of these posters will be going to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund. They're 18"x24" and will run you $20 from from Family Tree Design and Wed Candy.
• REBUILD THIS CITY! Print: from Andrew Vastagh at Boss Construction. Each print is only $10 and funds will go directly to Hands on Nashville.
• Lift Up Nashville Poster: is available in 2 sizes from Phillip Maddox. You can take it home in an 18"x24" for $40 or a 12"x18" for $10. Proceeds go to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund.
• Eye In The Sky Print: from Sasha Barr at The New Year. Each print is 16.5" x 24" and all of the $20 price tag will be going to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund.
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• Lift Up Nashville: from Derrick Castle. Each print is 12"x18" and all proceeds from the $10 sale price will go directly to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund.
• We Are Nashville T-Shirt: from The Cool People Care Shoppe for $20. Proceeds will be donated to the Community Foundation’s Flood Relief Fund, which ensures all money will stay local and in the area to help out those in need.
(Images: As linked above)