DC Shoes Launches New "Manual" Model with Benefit for Oakland's Art Works for Change
Our friends at DC Shoes are busy with kicking off the new year with the launch of their new footwear model, the Manual. Coinciding with the release, DC has partnered with more than 40 artists from around the world in support of Oakland, California's not-for-profit arts organization, Art Works for Change.
Each artist was asked to draw inspiration from an issue close to their heart, and create an original work of art using DC's Manual shoe as the canvas. The entire effort raises awareness for and drives conversations around critical social issues. Artworks are displayed alongside a description, and each artist will drive awareness for their chosen issue on social media. DC is promoting the show to their hefty social audience above 14 million to promote the show and all artworks are auctioned online with the proceeds going to the Art Works for Change charity.
The Manual For Change auction runs through February 10th at 6pm PST and is open to bidders from USA, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. Head to dcshoes.com/blog/culture to learn more and bid on these one-of-a-kind originals, and see more here: https://www.32auctions.com/manualforchange
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Exhibiting Artists (listed alphabetically):
Adam Hathorn, Andrew Schoultz, Angela Nguyen, BB Bastides, Ben Brough, Brian Bent, Chantal De Felice, Chloe Kovska, Connor Getzlaff, Danny Creadon, Dave Warshaw, Evan Smith, Greg Simmons, Hajop Najarian, Hana Tek, Jason Adams, Jeff Kubasak, Lou Barberio, Maaden Ramos, Marc "Beatle" Lindenmeier, Marisa de la Pena, Matt Loomis, Mike Giant, Mikey Hottman, Nick Simich, Otis B, Pat Bieck, Rex Copeman, Robert Zanghi, Ron Cameron, Sam Hitz, Sam Pierson, Steve Tierney, Tatiana Kartomten, Taylor Smith, Thomas Fernandez, Ty Segall, Wes Kremer, Zac Amendolia.