About This Design:
When we think about Ann Arbor, two things come to mind: the famous university located there and (perhaps more importantly) the students that are largely responsible for its prestige. It's the latter that we wanted to focus on (nevermind that our lack of licensing would prohibit the former). Back in the 1960s and 1970s, America underwent a cultural revolution of sorts. Places like San Francisco and Ann Arbor became beacons of student activism, and it was in A2 that the Peace Corps got its start, something totally appropriate for a campus that would become iconic for its peace loving hippies. This particiular Ann Arbor shirt honors that tradition in a 1970s inspired style.
The Food Bank Council of Michigan secures and distributes monetary and food donations from Michigan citizens, growers and businesses to alleviate and prevent hunger among Michigan people. For more information on this organization, click HERE.