Inspired by art that challenges us to rethink our views, Project re:made invites 12 artists to respond to the statement, “Climate Change Is Not Real.” We printed their one-of-a-kind designs onto recycled, used T-shirts to start a conversation about climate change through sustainable fashion.
l am deeply passionate about protecting this magical planet so those who come after us can experience its magic too.
I create humorous takes on subjects important to me—politics, health, feminism, climate change.
It makes it easy to literally draw a comic about climate change, since comedy is of course born out of tragedy.
I, too, would love to ride a happy polar bear to the sold out, co-headlined Tupac/Elvis concert. But, unfortunately, reality.
Putting a simple statement on a T-shirt helps start the conversation that some might be avoiding, and serves as a reminder to live a greener life.
Climate change upsets me on a personal, emotional level because it affects how we will experience our beautiful world for years to come, until we cannot experience it at all.
100% of net proceeds from Project re:made go towards the environmental non-profit Cool Effect. Cool Effect supports global projects that offset carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. They have estimated each T-shirt sold in Project re:made reduces about 1 metric ton of carbon pollution, which is the equivalent of planting 95 trees that live for 10 years!
Climate change is a serious subject, but I believe humor is a way to get people comfortable talking about the issues that matter most.
Global warming is more than just polar bears being affected—this impacts not only us, but the future us.
Don’t settle for a sweetie that doesn’t treat you like the world, and don’t settle for a sweetie that doesn’t treat the world right.
I'm stoked to raise awareness about climate change through art and a bit of humor.
It feels like we’re at a point where most people have gotten the message, but left it on “Read.”