The Iconic LA Tee presented by Noun Project & KCRW
We thrive off human inspiration in the clouds, so we naturally fell in love when we connected with a little eclectic something on the air. That's one reason why Noun Project & KCRW have teamed up to capture the city's spirit through visual language and to help support our local community here in Los Angeles, California.
Show your love for this city and #supportKCRW, Los Angeles' NPR member station. We designed this limited edition T-shirt to feature our favorite iconic architectural landmarks such as The Eames House, Hollywood Bowl, Norms Restaurant and Walt Disney Concert Hall...to name a few. Only available until November 18th, 2015.
All proceeds go to support KCRW, a community service that is helping build conscious bridges among diverse groups. Whether it's through DJs who play what they love, or conversations between their own hosts and the world's leading thinkers and creators, KCRW continues to inspire us to make a difference.
KCRW is a 501c3 non-profit organization that creates and curates a unique mix of content centered around music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs. As a community service of Santa Monica College, KCRW is driven by the spirit of Los Angeles and delivers in innovative ways on both the radio and in-person to diverse, curious communities around the corner & around the world.
Our T-Shirt campaign is powered by Teespring, one of Noun Project's favorite clients using our API integration. We love using their platform because their mission is to remove barriers between great ideas and bring them to market. Through Teespring, thousands have made meaningful profits to support their hobbies, families, and benefit their communities.