The Rule of Thirds is a new charity programme from Nerdy Shirts

by Andy on March 21, 2012

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Nerdy Shirts have launched a new initiative that is designed to give us some great t-shirts and also do their bit for charity in the process. They call it the Rule of Thirds; an artist creates a limited edition shirt for Nerdy Shirts, and the profits get spit evenly between them, the artist, and also a charity of the artists’ choice. Naturally, I think this is pretty cool since it’s always good to see an altruistic element to the sale of a t-shirt. Above you can see the first two shirt that have resulted from this programme, the yellow one by Dean Haspiel (benefiting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation), and the white Storm Trooper one by Oliver Barrett (benefiting the American Cancer Society).

The shirts are $35 each which is a bit more than usual, but I assume that this extra cost is to do with them having to pay the artist more (since NS don’t usually use named artists) and also putt a couple of dollars on top for the charities.

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