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The Hug Some Nature collection features the latest artwork from artist Sam Morris. This design is available now in our classic eco-friendly short sleeve and long sleeve tees. Each style is ultra-soft and features a distinct design.
Every purchase from our Hug Some Nature collection plants a tree , through a partnership with One Tree Planted.
Sam Morris is all about love. Hug Some Nature sees Sam shift focus from love for people to love for the earth. Sam’s exciting sophomore collaboration with People Love Art demonstrates a distinct progression in his artistic style — introducing a midcentury aesthetic that progresses and celebrates Sam’s signature smiling faces and simple bold linework.
Like many of us, Sam appreciates greenspaces and the outdoors. He likes quiet walks and sunny bike rides through the trees, and peaceful time in the woods. Hug Some Nature expresses both Sam’s personal connection to the nature around us and a growing shared concern for its preservation.
The climate crisis is real and happening now, in our lifetimes. About 100 companies are responsible for over 70% of greenhouse emissions — so the burden of responsibility doesn’t really belong at the consumer level, though the burden of action largely is. Thankfully, Sam is all about action. Every Hug Some Nature shirt plants a tree. It’s that simple. In addition to planting a tree to combat climate change, every Hug Some Nature shirt is printed on the most eco-friendly garments in the industry, packaged and shipped with 100% recycled and recyclable materials, and shipped with carbon-neutral shipping.
Every shirt plants a tree.
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One Tree Planted strives to make environmental justice and conservation efforts easy – making it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees. They use donation dollars to restore forests, create habitat for biodiversity, and make a positive social impact around the world.
Since 2014, One Tree Planted has planted over 40 Million trees in more than 47 countries across the globe.