In celebration of Air Max Day and the kick off of our event series, we bring you this Empire in the AIR MAX Print Each one is printed using a linoleum block ChiChai, making each one slightly unique to the other. Proceeds of this print go towards the Bayanihan Equity Center in SoMa Pilipinas, San Francisco About Bayanihan Equity Center: On December 1, 1999, we first opened our doors as the Veterans Equity Center. VEC was founded to honor the valuable contributions of Filipino World War II Veterans by providing direct services, and advocating for full justice and equity. In 2017, we formally changed our name to the Bayanihan Equity Center. BEC has expanded its services to include low-income San Francisco seniors, people with disabilities, immigrants, LGBTQ, formerly incarcerated and homeless individuals. Although we've made some changes, we are still rooted in honoring the bayani (heroes) of World War II, while continuing to serve the new bayani: immigrants, low-income seniors and adults with disability, and etc.
Empire in the Air Max Print