“Breathe deep” t-shirts are live – please order!
You may remember that a few weeks back I ginned up a poster called “Breathe Deep and Let Go of Things,” both as a nod to the original “Keep Calm and Carry On” and to tweak Matt Jones for his inspiring “Get Excited and Make Things.”. (It’s all a little inside-baseball, but the difference in stance between my slogan and Matt’s probably reflects fairly accurately our respective takes on design – as long as you remember that it is meant with love.)
At any rate, now my poster’s a t-shirt, and you can order it. If you have the inclination and the ability, I’d love it if you ordered one (or a few); all proceeds will be directed to Human Rights Watch and a mixture of Buddhist charities.
I’m really stoked about this: I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the ability to both get this out in the world, and have it do some actual good. Thanks so much for your order!
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