This poster is designed to encourage love, respect and appreciation for all. It is designed to help teachers and other community leaders create safe, welcoming spaces.
♥ ABOUT THE POSTER:
This poster has a partly glossy, partly matte finish and it'll add a touch of sophistication to any room.
• 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant
♥ SIZE GUIDE:
Sizes indicate size of poster.
Q. How and where are products created? A. Art Love Friend products are designed in Los Angeles, California by artist and designer Hoshi Hana. You can learn more about Hoshi on our about page here:https://www.artlovefriend.com/pages/about-us. Each item is made to order by production partners around the world including the United States, Europe, Mexico and Japan.
Q. How can I make sure my items will fit? A. Please take some time to check out your sizing before purchasing items. Your order will be made especially for you so we need your accurate size choice.
Q. How do you insure quality? A. Before adding goods to our shop, our items are tested and checked for quality, comfort and wearability.
Q. How can I make sure my purchases will last? A. Please read care instructions before purchasing items.
Q. What organizations will you be supporting in 2022? A. On December 23rd, 2022, we will be donating 50% of our shop profits to Earth Lab SF, a non-profit organization founded by visionary artists Annie Sprinkle Ph.D and Beth Stephens Ph.D. Learn more about their inspriring work at their website:https://www.earthlabsf.org
Q. What does Earth Lab SF do? A. From the Earth Lab Website:
"E.A.R.T.H. Lab SF's purpose is to educate participants and audiences by creating new forms of environmental art while engaging theoretically and scientifically informed practices that allow humans to envision nature with fresh eyes. In particular, E.A.R.T.H. Lab SF invites communities interested in our research to incorporate and create inclusive, diverse, and imaginative possibilities for sustainable living. E.A.R.T.H. Lab SF questions and expands prevailing notions of environmental art, inviting new audiences to learn and participate.
We invite collaboration and engagement in a wide variety of ways. Educators, we can bring our films, performances, and lectures to your classes, or propose a collaborative project. Students, we can offer great opportunities for internships, art experiences, and networking. Scientists and academics can create win-win collaborations for all of us and the Earth. Environmentalists let's brainstorm. Makers we need you! Non-artists are more than welcome to join the E.A.R.T.H. Lab. Our specialty is working in collaboration with all kinds of people because we love and practice "radical inclusion."