For H.O.W. Journal’s second edition of Wearable Literature, I created a t-shirt design using text from author Junot Diaz. H.O.W., Helping Orphans Worldwide, launched this line of t-shirts as a vehicle to, “bring together a harmony of fine art, and quality flash literature”. This exclusive line is, “designed by esteemed artists and printed with fiction, nonfiction and poetry straight from the pens of some of today’s most prominent writers.”
Junot Diaz’s text reads, “We found an empty apartment out near the highway, left the dogs and the milk outside. You know how it is when you get back with somebody you’ve loved. It felt better than it ever was, better than it ever could be again. After, she drew on the walls with her lipstick and her nail polish, stick men and stick women boning.”
These shirts are available at www.howjournal.com
As Art Editor of H.O.W. Journal, I also interviewed producer and friend Tim Speidel about his experience in Art and Advertising.
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