If you’re an ICON fan like many of us in the MOTUS tribe, you definitely need to check out Shop Project No. 003 from Art of Craft. Art of Craft was started to identify pioneering and emerging artists, craftsmen, and designers and then partner with them to create limited editions products whose sales raise money for great causes and organizations. This project caught our attention when we saw Jonathan Ward listed as the featured designer. Knowing Jonathan and his passion for design and eye for detail, we were eager to see what this collection would entail.
Shop Project No. 003 features eight new t-shirt designs that highlight everything from the iconic ICON FJ and BRONCO to their latest SEMA show stopper, the Thriftmaster pickup. The shirts are made in the USA of 100% cotton with some designs available in both men’s and women’s cuts. Jonathan Ward and ICON have selected to help the GO Campaign as their organization of choice. The GO Campaign looks to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children across the globe by partnering with local heroes to deliver local solutions. The Right to Education project is one of GO Campaign’s high impact projects that is helping to renovate primary schools, build community centers, and improve infrastructure in Nuevo Zaragoza, Juquila, and Buena Vista.
In the video below, you can learn more about Art of Craft, Jonathan Ward, and the GO Campaign:
One of the cool things about Art of Craft is that their Shop Projects only run for a limited amount of time. As we publish this, there are just over 24 days left on the Jonathan Ward/ICON 4×4 collaboration and they have already raised over $1,100 towards their project goal of $2,400. If you’ve been a fan of the ICON trucks for a while or fell in love with their new Thriftmaster, consider ordering a limited edition shirt or two. Not only will you have new threads, but you’ll be helping a good cause in the process.
You can check out the entire collection of shirts available in the Shop Project No. 003 by visiting the Art of Craft website. While you’re there, be sure to check out some of the cool LEGO skull design shirt by Nathan Sawaya that just launched as part of Shop Project No. 004.