The Philippines is home to some of the most incredibly diverse and beautiful marine habitats in the world. Preserving those habitats is something we feel really passionately about at Banwa.
We’re hard at work on a new kids project called Radtot (launching soon), and to help coastal conservation in the Philippines, we’ve created these limited edition Radtot kids shirts. We will be donating all the proceeds to non-profit organizations who are serving a leadership role in managing Philippine coastal habitats. They’ll be available for $20 a piece at this weekend’s Open Studio and Holiday Sale at the Delavan Center. This limited run of shirts is 100% organic cotton, and they’re all made, designed, and printed in the U.S.A. with phthalate free/voc free inks that conform to all the CPSIA guidelines for children’s clothing. They’re available in sizes 2T, 4T, and 6T.
Stop by our studio, #237 to pick one up for the rad little ones in your life. If you can’t make it this week, just hit us up and we can work out a way for you to get your hands on one.
We worked together with two amazing Delavan Center artisans on these – Cayetano Valenzuela of Black Rabbit Studio did the sweet illustrations, and Aaron Jenkins of The Black Arts Studio did the beautiful screen printing. Both are super talented dudes with fantastic beards.
So, in summation: The coastal habitats of the Philippines are amazing. Let’s do what we can to make sure they stick around. Get a shirt!
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