ZEBRA CLUB + ARTIST CARE
In 2020, most local and mid-market musicians have lost their primary source of income-- touring/performing. Local apparel brand Zebra Club has a long history of supporting the northwest's fashion, art, and music scenes. We're excited to continue that community support by partnering with them to launch the Zebra Club x Artist Care fund.
We know times are not just hard for musicians, so we’re offering you 30% off full priced items with promo code ARTISTS and donating a portion of each sale to the non-profit Seattle Musician’s Access to Sustainable Healthcare (SMASH) 501c3, so everybody gets some much needed holiday cheer this year. In addition to that the more you spend the more you receive.
*According to the Americans for the Arts, Artists/creatives are among the most severely affected workers by the pandemic. 63% have become fully unemployed.
|● 95% report loss of income.|
|● 79% experienced a decrease in creative work that generated income (62% “drastic decrease”).|
|● 67% are unable to access the supplies, resources, spaces, or people necessary for creative work.|
|● 78% have no post-pandemic financial recovery plan.|
|● Black, Indigenous, and artists of color have higher rates of unemployment than white artists due to the pandemic (69% vs. 60%). They also expect to lose a larger percentage of their 2020income (61% vs. 56%).|
|● Top 3 Needs for Artists: unemployment insurance, food/housing assistance, forgivable business loans.|
|Your Cart Before Discount||Our Bonus Gift To You|
3 Face Masks ($28.50 value)
1 Ably Tote Bag ($25 value)
Everything Above ($53.50 value)
Vintage Short Sleeve Hoodie Flannel (($36.00 value)
Everything Above except Short Sleeve Hoodie Flannel ($89.50 value)
Everything Above with your choice of Short Sleeve Flannel or Sherpa Flannel ($149.50 value)
A Bottle of Tanjuli Orange Muscat ($20.00 value)
A Bottle of Tanjuli Orange Muscat Sherry ($20.00 value)
Bottles courtesy of our fellow sponsor Tanjuli, the finest boutique winery founded by the legendary wine maker Tom Campbell.
***Must be 21+ for the alcohol
What is ArtistCare?After a nearly three decade career at Nordstrom, Bob Bailey took an early retirement and found himself with time to give back to the music community that has given him purpose and reward for over 50 years. Since returning to Seattle in 2013, this passionate fan of all genres of music, frequented Seattle’s live music venues, saw over 200 shows in 2016 alone, and was a frequent Living Room Show host.
"Watching venues shut down and musicians lose their entire income left me with a very tough internal conflict. I wanted to help any way I could. Though volunteering my studio and time to local artists individually has been very rewarding, I knew I could do more to contribute to a wider group. I pulled together connections I’d built in the fashion and local music scene to create a fund in partnership with Zebra Club and Seattle Musician’s Access to Sustainable Healthcare (SMASH) to help in a time of devastating need." That is Artist Care.