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Virgil Abloh, Heron Preston And Others Design T-Shirts To Support Underprivileged Miami Neighborhoods

To kick off Miami Art Week 2020, the Design Miami/ Design District will feature numerous contemporary pieces inside the iconic Moore Building. One of the standouts for Miami Art Week 2020 will be the “Our Lives in T-Shirts” project which will be accompanied by an installation directed by architect Emmett Moore.

The “Our Lives in T-Shirts” presentation will showcase over 50 graphic tees designed by a who’s who among creatives such as Virgil Abloh, Kunle Martins, Lucien Smith, Heron Preston, Cat Power, Procell, LunchMoney Lewis, Andrew Skate Shop and more. Purchasing options for the tees are available in the Moore Building or online here for $30 USD.

Proceeds from the sale of the shirts will go to a worthy cause in support of Village (Free)dge which is a charity that provides food and other essentials for the underprivileged living in Miami. The “Our Lives in T-Shirts” project also accepts non-perishable food like canned goods as well donating digitally via $villagepantry on Cash App.

Moore Building
191 NE 40th St.
Miami, FL 33137

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