Now Featured at Eat Art!

EALogo-artfully I was trying to craft the perfect intro line to tell you all about Eat Art – but instead – let me just give you the first lines from their About page:

Eat Art is an eclectic collection of photographers, painters & designers committed to artfully ending hunger.  Whenever art or apparel is purchased, meals are sent to hungry children around the world.   You get the art … the kids get to eat.

Kinda cool, eh?

ScreenShotappBut – how does it work?

Well – let’s say you’re looking for a print for your living room or office.  You check out the Eat Art site and you see a print that you’d like to hang on your wall.   When you select your print size – alongside the prices – you’ll also see how many meals your buying.  If the print is $20 – well, you just bought 100 meals – enough to feed one child for a month.1-1-1 art

Their partner, Children’s Hunger Fund, then helps distribute the food in countries like Dominican Republic, Ghana, Peru, Haiti, Guatemala, Mexico, Nepal, Rwanda, Thailand, and Zimbabwe.

And right now – there is no paid staff.  So funds from art purchases, apparel, and donations go directly towards sending meals to kids and the creation of art.

As for the photos – in most cases they are printed using Endura Metallic photo printing from MPix (good stuff!).  And if you prefer a Canvas Gallery Wrap – they have those, too!

I’m also excited to let you know that among all of the great artists they already have on board over there – they’ve added some of my images, too.

So, check ‘em out – and then pass the word!

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