Moral Fibers Turns Art Into T-Shirts | Charity Business Supports Haitian Artists

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Moral Fibers T-shirt

Moral Fibers T-shirtArt lovers can wear original works on the beach, and enjoy a healthy dose of good karma, thanks to Moral Fibers. The Canadian company commissions paintings from artists living in Haiti and turns them into T-shirts.

Canadian business students Martin Weiss and Matthew Brightman launched the altruistic label earlier this year. Since then it’s been helping Haitian artisans develop their craft and creativity. And best of all, it pays its artists a wage equivalent to four times their country’s national average.

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The artists produce 12 pieces of art each month, which Moral Fibers purchases for $10 US. Not every artwork ends up on a T-shirt, but the artists who create those special images receive a bonus. That can be significant, as it’s equivalent to 15% of the revenue from the T-shirts bearing their design.

It’s early days for this exciting start-up business, but Weiss and Brightman already have their eyes on expansion. They hope to work with artists in other developing countries in future. It sounds like such a great model which guarantees fresh T-shirt designs for the company and growth for the communities its involved with. It sounds like a win-win all round!

You can support Moral Fibers expansion and their artists by purchasing a T-shirt from the company’s website. Men’s and women’s sizes are available starting from $40 US.

[Source: Moral Fibers]


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