What We Love: Original Tees for Trevor Project

Midwives Collective creates wearable art for a great cause

Courtesy of Kelly Burkhardt

The Midwives Collective is opening a new show tonight called “Pendulum.” And we love the gallery’s original, hand-stenciled T-shirts with 100 percent of proceeds being donated to The Trevor Project, an organization focused on suicide and crisis prevention for LGBT youth.

The shirts come in two styles, a guardian angel (pictured here) and a pig – both available on multi-sized American Apparel cotton tees. The shirts were designed by Lauren Leggieri and made by the folks at Rainbow Alternative. Each one has been hand-stenciled and spray-painted by artist Nicole Krecicki.

Want to pick one up for a good cause? Check out Etsy or stop by the Midwives opening tonight (6-10 p.m.) where the shirts will be showcased as part of an installation.

“Pendulum,” Midwives Collective, 1241 Carpenter St., Second Fl., Ste. 2, themwc@gmail.com.