Are you a Livestrong fanatic? You know, one of those people who needs to have the latest and coolest items that sports the Black and Yellow in support of one kick ass cause. Well, I’m telling you folks…the things that Bobby Dixon and his company Kollective Fusion are doing in support of Livestrong is absolutely brilliant.
The above bicycle-inspired art print was created by Bobby last year to help his Kollective Fusion team reach their fundraising goal for the Livestrong Challenge. The profits from it’s sales go directly to the Livestrong Foundation, and you’ve still got a chance to grab one of these limited edition prints before his 2011 work of art is released.
This 4-color, waterbased screen print is on 18″ x 24″ white paper….and is NOT a digital print, my friends. Only 200 were made available and each one is signed and numbered. It is a true collectors item, and a must have if you’re a fan and supporter of Livestrong. If you live in, or travel to the Austin area, you can find this hanging in places such as Mellow Johnny’s and Lake Travis Cyclery.
Kollective Fusion is Bobby’s company, but it’s also the name of his cycling team. I am very proud to be a part of it this year, and to be joined by my teammates Chris Gomez, Andrew Collins, Brett Matens, Jon Binsted, Rik Aguilera, Jeffrey Grant, Jason Karensky, and of course Bobby Dixon. We’ve got some huge fundraising plans including one of the hottest art auctions to ever hit this city….watch for all the goodness coming very soon.
If you’re thinking of taking part in this year’s Livestrong Challenge Austin, team Kollective Fusion is accepting teammates and we’d love to have you.
To purchase the Kollective Fusion Livestrong print: http://www.etsy.com/shop/kollectivefusion
To join Team Kollective Fusion: Sign up for the Livestrong Challenge and select Kollective Fusion as the team you’ll be riding for.
If you’re in Austin this week for sxsw, be sure to drop by the Flatstock Rock Poster Convention on today through Saturday. Bobby will be there at his Kollective Fusion booth so drop by and check out his stuff.