The Keep A Breast Foundation took on a new mission: the Non Toxic Revolution Campaign.
Always working to publically inform the masses, their new goal is to inform and educate the younger generations about the dangers of toxic chemicals in our environment and food supply, and how it is linked to breast cancer. This campaign focuses on prevention by providing alternatives so as to maintain long-term health and well being for people everywhere to make educated decisions.
Partnering with Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One, Keep A Breast Foundation’s Non Toxic Revolution campaign will encourage the younger generation to embrace prevention as a deterrent to breast cancer and other diseases.
Fairey has been a supporter of the Keep a Breast Foundation for over ten years. Breast Cancer prevention is personal to the famous artist because he lost two aunts to it, and his mother is a survivor of breast cancer. He jumped right to the campaign to create images. Social causes and issues related to art is what drives the Obey Awareness projects, so a graphic program for Keep A Breast to raise awareness about toxic chemicals was a perfect fit.
Check out www.kabntr.org for NTR’s easy-to-read and comprehend tips, and educate yourself on how to get involved and petition for safer products and better legislation.
The tour has come to an end and they are celebrating here in Los Angeles! The Non Toxic Revolution Campaign will be erecting six separate street art installations from Venice to Downtown as well as raising awareness and planting seeds with a three art week installations and street side urban renewal at THIS Gallery including imagery from Studio Number One and photography from the Non Toxic Campaign Campaign by Patrick O’Dell.
Here are some images from the LA Grand Opening last Friday 8th at THIS Gallery: