Saturday, July 24, 2010

summer of color

In May, my little 8th street guard station received a perky make-over via the public art project, Summer of Color.
The project works with children who are disabled mentally and physically creating these large, brightly colored wraps for every station from Zuma to San Pedro. Custom board short makers short-o-matic have teamed up with Summer of Color and are selling shorts that match the stations. A donation of $10.00 for every pair sold will benefit Portraits of Hope.
And for the next two weeks, if you mention BEACHBUNGALOW8 as you check out you'll receive a 15% discount.

4 comments:

Flotsam Friends said...

Hi Megan, what a great project & cause... And it looks so cool. Love it. Pruxxx

Catherine said...

Love the shorts.

mary said...

Great project. I love 8th Sts new look.

a lovely being said...

aww, the 8th street guard station is too cute. what a great project + cause.

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