Friday, August 07, 2009



UPDATE: [9.15.09] Selective designs are SOLD OUT.

This isn't happiness to see Me, is it. =D Right. Some of you may not know, but there is a big market for T-shirts out there. So to bring you a diversity in styles, Gap introduced original designs from artists all over, for its fall (PRODUCT) RED Artist Edition T-Shirt collection. Mine (& among other featured artists), is out the month of August (that's to our birthdays, dawg!) =)

To spotlight the new collection, Gap is opening the doors to a pop-up art gallery featuring works of art by the artists in its rotating concept venue in New York. The collection is also available at Gap stores nationwide, with select styles available at and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. Now through August 30, the Whitney Museum Store will carry five women's and five men's styles. In partnership with (PRODUCT) RED, 50 percent of profits from the sale of Gap (PRODUCT) RED Artist Edition T-Shirts will benefit the Global Fund, to help eliminate AIDS in Africa.

So if you happen to be "In the Neighborhood", or simply want to swim the Atlantic Ocean, be sure to drop by the store or gallery & pick up a T! `=)

Gap Artist T-Shirt Gallery
July 25 – August 10, 2009
Store Hours: Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm

Sunday: 11am-7pm
680 Fifth Avenue (btwn 53rd/54th Streets)
New York

About (RED)™ and (PRODUCT)RED™
(RED)’s primary objective is to engage the private sector in raising awareness and funds for the Global Fund, to help eliminate AIDS in Africa. Companies whose products take on the (PRODUCT)RED mark contribute a significant percentage of the sales or portion of the profits from that product to the Global Fund to finance AIDS programs in Africa, with an emphasis on the health of women and children. Current partners are: American Express (U.K. only), Apple, Converse, Gap, Emporio Armani, Hallmark, Dell, Windows and Starbucks. Since its launch in the Spring of 2006, more than $130 million has been generated by (RED) for the Global Fund. (RED) money is at work in Swaziland, Rwanda, Ghana and Lesotho. For more information, visit

About The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Since its creation in 2002, the Global Fund has become the dominant financer of programs to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, with approved funding of US $15 billion for programs in 140 countries. The Global Fund supports programs based on agreed performance targets and disburses money in response to proven results. At the end of 2008, programs supported by the Global Fund have averted more than 3.5 million deaths by providing AIDS treatment for 2 million people, TB treatment for 4.6 million people, and by the distribution of 70 million insecticide-treated bed nets for the prevention of malaria worldwide. For more information visit
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