Hub Strategy and 38 designers create art for COVID relief.


By thesanfranciscoegotist / /

Hub Strategy Creative Director, Jason Rothman, has been keeping busy in his free time. Essentially he asked himself, “what can a small(ish) agency like HUb do to make some difference during the pandemic?”
Hub started with what they know, which is building teams of creatives to collaborate and make stuff. So that’s what they did. It’s called COGRID-19, a project curated to benefit those most affected by the pandemic. They brought together 19 designers in each city, who volunteered their skills and time, to contribute to a shared grid representing their time in quarantine.
Launching in the San Francisco Bay Area and Philadelphia, every penny from the sale of the 11×17 risograph prints will go to the Tipping Point Community and Philadelphia Black Giving Circle, two organizations leading the efforts to help those in need during the fight against Covid-19.

Very cool design. We love these. Everyone go buy one. Or seven.


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