An RxArt Holiday: The gifts that give back
The weather is getting colder, the days are getting shorter, and the nights are getting longer. All of this change may feel harsh, but it means that a very important time is drawing near: Holiday Season.
This winter when you can’t feel your toes and you are stressing about what to buy or all the holiday accessories you will need, think of RxArt.
The products can be purchased in the RxArt store (the photos are links) and all of the proceeds help support RxArt’s mission and will touch the lives of many children who will be stuck in hospitals this season. These are the gifts that give back and can make a difference in the lives of many:
RxArt, in collaboration with artist Andrew Kuo and Nordstrom, has produced awesome holiday shirts.The image of a grumpy cat that dreamt of candy canes but ended up with a lump of coal will put anyone in the holiday spirit.
RxArt, in collaboration with artist Nate Lowman and Nordstrom, has produced ornaments from the artist’s iconic work.
Artist Will Cotton has designed Insatiable, 2013 wrapping paper exclusively for RxArt. Cotton’s sheet wrapping paper measures 24″ x 36″. Packaging includes 2 sheets. Perfect for the holiday season, Will Cotton’s paintings and his wrapping paper explore the themes of temptation, gluttony and, indulgence.
Artist Ann Craven has designed Bird on a Branch for RxArt, 2013 wrapping paper. Craven’s sheet wrapping paper measures 24″ x 36″. Packaging includes 2 sheets. Sarina Basta describes Ann’s work as, “Having the richness of an opera populated with animals.”
Special thanks to Olivia Kim, Jen Brill, Nordstrom, Andrew Kuo, Nate Lowman, Will Cotton and Ann Craven.
All photos by Catherine Kim