One of artist Edo Rosenblith’s latest ventures promotes something we can all agree with, World Peace. He’s designed the tee to benefit Giant Steps School, a nonprofit organization that offers a therapeutic school and a specialized summer camp for children and teens with autism spectrum disorders. His mother, Betty Berger, (pictured above with Edo) is director of Giant Steps.
The 100% cotton tees in black or white are available at Katy Noonan’s Living Collective, 4818 Washington, and will also be available at Coffee Club, the new coffee bar that is set to open any day at the same location, TechArtista Co-Working Environment. Noonan collaborated on the production of the tee, sized 2 to xxl, $28.
For the past few weeks, Rosenblith, who earned his MFA in Visual Art from Washington University this past May, has been working on a mural for Coffee Club (he also designed the logo for the new operation). When you have a moment, read this young artist’s impressive c.v.
Supper Club, another Rosenblith mural, is located on the co-working center’s 3rd floor, above. The photo was taken in mid-June when the artist was speaking to a group of internship participants from W. U. Skandalaris Center. Following the presentation, the students participated in a terrarium art project created by Citizen Carpentry, shown below.
World Peace tees available at Living Collective, and soon at Coffee Club at TechArtista, 4818 Washington Ave., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon.-Weds., until 5 p.m. Thurs. & Fri. Contact email@example.com for more info.
P.S. – This evening, Thursday, August 17, there is a Happy Hour from 5 to 7 to celebrate the completion of Rosenblith’s new mural, everyone invited.