I was honored to help out the non-profit organization PALS of Athens, which works with low-income women in Athens, teaching them trade and business skills.
First I prepared 2-color silkscreen-ready images from photographs of local musicians. These images were then silkscreened onto fabric, which the enrolled women used to practice their sewing skills. They embellished the base images with fabric and beads, giving each one a unique design, then turned them into pillows. These pillows were sold at AthFest, other craft fairs, and online, giving the women an income and funding further programs.
I worked with PALS founder Emily Blalock to design a logo for the organization:
I also designed a simple web site to display and sell the pillows, which you can see at palsofathens.com and in the screenshots below.