Want to help your favourite local fruit picking organization win $1,000 and keep an art student warm at the same time? There may be only one way to do these two things at once: head to Patagonia Toronto (500 King St. W.) and cast your vote in the Colours For Conservation art show and competition!
Colours For Conservation is a joint effort by Patagonia Toronto and OCAD to bring awareness to at-risk landscapes and conservation work in Ontario. More than 70 OCAD design students participated in the show, each one creating a poster to promote the work of an environmental organization of their choice.
The organization featured in the poster that gets the most votes will receive a $1,000 grant from Patagonia and the student designer will win a new winter coat.
A few students chose to create posters for Not Far From The Tree. Here’s one by Michelle Wong:
There are lots of beautiful posters to see and many great causes worth supporting. Posters can be viewed and voted on at Patagonia Toronto until December 31st (just one week left!).