Numskull and Creative Good team up for AFADU
World renown artist Elliott “Numskull” Routledge has joined forces with Creative Good to raise money for Aid for Africa Down Under (AFADU) through the sale of specially designed t-shirts and bags.
Creative Good is a completely not-for-profit organisation producing items specially designed by some of the world’s best artists, with all profits going to charity. Elliott’s work can be seen on large scale murals and outdoor installations for the likes of Art & About Festival, hanging in galleries and on the streets all over the world. Elliott has designed this month’s t-shirt and tote bag, and has selected AFADU as the recipient of the proceeds.
Elliott’s connection to AFADU is through his mother Julie Routledge, who founded the organisation in 2004. “Following a trip to Zimbabwe, my mother embarked on this journey of making real change in the lives of over 50 orphaned children in Africa, and the results have been inspiring.
“I am proud of the work done by AFADU and am happy to continue the Routledge support of the organisation, this time with Creative Good, who are on a mission of their own to change the world.”
You can purchase Elliott’s designs at www.creativegood.me/numskull
About Creative Good
Creative Good is 100% not-for-profit and works with the world’s best artists to create limited edition products that raise funds and awareness for charities with every purchase.
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