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Dormify Collaborates with ArtSugar on Collection Benefiting Girls Who Code

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 And you could win one of the prints and a gift card.

Nothing quite pulls a space together like a really cool piece of art — one that reflects your style and personality, and perhaps gets people talking, too. And acquiring one doesn’t have to mean emptying your bank account or waiting several years until you can save up thousands of dollars. Case in point: Dormify’s newest collaboration, offering prints well below that thousands-of-dollars price point. Even better: The art is by young, female artists and some of the dollars you do spend on it benefit young, female programmers.

The online dorm décor outpost teamed up with charity-based art retailer ArtSugar (which donates 5% of the proceeds from every purchase to different charities) to curate a nine-piece collection of 16x20” framed prints, available beginning July 22 — and a percentage of each sale goes to Girls Who Code, an organization dedicated to young women’s education in computer science.

The art in the collection comes from three female artists — Anna Panchenko, by robynblair, and Katy Hirschfeld — and each of the prints is sure to add a solid dose of brightness to your dorm or apartment walls. “I hope my art makes people stop and smile, and that the candy and fun colors reflect positive energy,” Robyn tells Teen Vogue of her sugary-themed pieces.

Nothing quite pulls a space together like a really cool piece of art — one that reflects your style and personality, and perhaps gets people talking, too. And acquiring one doesn’t have to mean emptying your bank account or waiting several years until you can save up thousands of dollars. Case in point: Dormify’s newest collaboration, offering prints well below that thousands-of-dollars price point. Even better: The art is by young, female artists and some of the dollars you do spend on it benefit young, female programmers.

The online dorm décor outpost teamed up with charity-based art retailer ArtSugar (which donates 5% of the proceeds from every purchase to different charities) to curate a nine-piece collection of 16x20” framed prints, available beginning July 22 — and a percentage of each sale goes to Girls Who Code, an organization dedicated to young women’s education in computer science.

The art in the collection comes from three female artists — Anna Panchenko, by robynblair, and Katy Hirschfeld — and each of the prints is sure to add a solid dose of brightness to your dorm or apartment walls. “I hope my art makes people stop and smile, and that the candy and fun colors reflect positive energy,” Robyn tells Teen Vogue of her sugary-themed pieces.

aty, who has three colorful collage portraits included in the collection, tells Teen Vogue that her own art “is inspired by and pays tribute to strong women,” which makes it all the more meaningful that the purchase of her prints will support such women. “I hope my art sends the message that women have the capacity to do anything and should always do so while exerting their independence and originality,” she says.

The Dormify x ArtSugar collection is exclusively available on dormify.com. Each print sells for $145, though one lucky shopper can win one of their own — plus a $500 Dormify gift card — by entering the sweepstakes from July 26 to July 28. Now that is pretty sweet.

 

 

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