Make A Difference
It has been a little bit more than a week since President Obama was inaugurated. If you’ve been following the news like I have, the media has been tracking his every move. And I’m glad to see that Obama has hit the ground running showing as much energy as he did when he was campaigning. And while it’s only been a week or so, President Obama looks very comfortable in his new office. Even though the country is nowhere near perfect right now, I still feel the need to keep up that celebratory vibe that has been pushing us since Obama has been elected. These T-shirts from the “Campaign” collection of Humanity seem to be appropriate.
The Campaign collection is set for multiple seasonal launches and is certain to maintain our attention levels while all eyes are on Mr. President. The shirts also come in women’s sizes. I have taken the liberty to cite Humanity’s “Campaign” press release ir order to provide the inspiration for the design.
Humanity™, a trendy apparel and accessories brand, recently announced the launch of their “Campaign” t-shirt collection, which will donate a portion of profits to selected charities dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all citizens of the world.
Every three months, Humanity™ will reveal a new, limited edition “Campaign” t-shirt design, aimed at bringing messages of inspiration and hope to the forefront. For the first quarter 2009, the front of the “Campaign” t-shirt reads “Make a Difference… Yes We Can,” calling to mind President elect Barack Obama’s historical victory in the 2008 Presidential election. The second limited edition t-shirt is set for release in April 2009, and will feature the message “Make a Difference… Be Aware” in honor of Earth Day. The third shirt, set for release in July, will read “Make a Differenece… Live Free,” for the Fourth of July; and the last shirt, reading “Make a Difference… Give Hope,” will be released in September and support children’s cancer. Design-wise, the shirts are simple, uncluttered, and to the point. Men’s shirts feature block lettering on the front, while women’s feature a calligraphic script, and the back features the Humanity™ logo.