This is a limited edition, masterly crafted and carefully aged TSG x 10 Year Eagle Rare Bourbon Whiskey Bottle! The Bourbon Barrel was hand selected by our Founder, Priya Shah, at the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Kentucky to share a unique award winning bourbon to our best TSG supporters!
Only a limited number of bottles are available and therefore we want to give you the first opportunity to grab this rare release of bourbon before it's gone. We will sell out and bottles will be on a first come, first serve basis.
**Limit of 1 bottle per $200 donation and 2 bottles per person. Donations exceeding $400 will be reimbursed**
*If you Donate $200 you will receive our masterly crafted and carefully aged TSG x 10 Year Eagle Rare Bourbon Whiskey Bottle. To make a donation, add this item to your cart and continue with check-out. Your bourbon bottle will be available for pick-up at The Simple Good shop.
"TSG x Langston Allston x Chicago Bulls" Limited Edition Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt
Limited edition TSG X Chicago Bulls X Langston Allston short-sleeve unisex t-shirt for our 6th Annual 'The Hunt for Good' Fundraiser!
Artwork done by Chicago x New Orleans Based Artist & TSG Friend, Langston Allston. Inspired by his beautiful mural on the Chicago Bulls' United Center! All proceeds go towards TSG Social Emotional Learning based Youth Art Residency Programs to empower and and embolden the possibility of our youth to generate the future leaders that will change our world.
All Orders placed are PRE-SALE Orders Only. T-shirts will be shipped 2-3 weeks from point of purchase. Only 50 t-shirts available.
TSG x Sentrock Limited Edition Short-Sleeve Unisex T-shirt
Limited Edition TSG x Sentrock x Chicago Bulls collab t-shirt was created for our 7th Annual 'Hunt For Good' Fundraiser to supportTSG Youth Art Programs.
Artwork by Chicago-based Artist, Sentrock. Sentrock describes his masks as analogous to humanity: a person who is able to find or escape to their freedom by placing them in a different reality. His work presents undertones of hope, freedom and expression. All proceeds go towards TSG Social Emotional Learning based Youth Art Residency Programs to empower and embolden the possibility of our youth to become positive activists to change our world.
We are now selling our TSG 'City of Big Dreams' Themed Long Sleeves! Our super soft long sleeve tee will bring back the nostalgia of our iconic annual arts celebration that brings together the City to inspire us to dream! Grab this limited edition long sleeve today!
Ever since his studies of Sociology and human behavior, White has been inspired by the ways in which one can capture truth visually. He loves the challenge of taking the consumer beyond just seeing the art - he believes they should feel it. His voice is profound and thoughts are intellectual, providing a path to follow for young people of the next generation. His confidence and commitment to his craft is inspiring as he embraces his function in society to document the history of connected experiences through art.
As a young boy, the thought of mastering various artistic practices fascinated him but he never truly immersed himself in visual art. White grew up in an athletic home - with both of his parents being collegiate athletes, it made sense he would aim to excel in that arena as well. His talent and commitment to athletics took him to the Chicagoland area where he took the football field for Northwestern University as a defensive back. In his Junior season, that came to a sudden end due to a medical retirement. The door to achieve in athletics closing is what allowed White embark on his creative journey in fine arts. The former Texas football recruit was brought to Chicago to be “Reborn” an artist.
The impressive creations to which he gives life on the canvas are symbolic of true empowerment, often centered around his heritage as a young African American male. In White’s world of painting, there are elements and experiences that relate to everyone such as one of his favorite concepts, there being “beauty in the struggle.” However, as he’s evolved as an artist, White has found unique ways to not only empower those who are subjects of his work, but also spark immediate thought and emotion through visual storytelling. White’s paintings live in both small and large scales depending on which audiences he aims to reach. With both gallery wrapped executions and murals, he engages his consumers at different touch points so he can connect with both the contemporary and street art community. The versatility is what many of White’s followers find the most fascinating.
To leave a lasting impression on his viewers, he uses bold primary hues that typically contrast the human subject. The palette strokes of either oils or acrylics provides a unique balance to his creations, allowing the artist to take a traditional fine painting approach and enhance it by introducing textures and abstract elements of typography to the canvas. White finds his inspiration on the energy of human experiences through the lens in which he sees the world. His love for consumer insights and understanding the depths of his subjects allows the work to embody a truth to create a cultural experience. The art exists for White’s mental wellness and happiness on his evolving journey. He aims to spread love and knowledge rooted in empathy and empowerment of the people.
“My simple good is change, because change can be good and you can learn from it in a positive way. My simple good was inspired by the changes that I have been through that have made me a better person and friend. I depicted my simple good in my work by taking a photo of a little girl, who will eventually change into a grown woman. I plan on using the meaning of my simple good to inspire my community to make changes even if they are scared, and showing them that change can be good. This is important to me because change is necessary for growth, and for life.”
Phero is a Cultural Architect based in Chicago specializing in exclusive experiences, unique product, and original content. His goal is to impact a brand’s messaging, target audience, perception, and consumer loyalty. Dedicated to fusing artistry and culture with an emphasis on diversity.
“My simple goodis nature, peace, and joy because feeling peaceful makes me calm, relaxed, and happy. My simple goodwas inspired by nature and laughter of my friends. I depicted this in my work by taking a photograph of flowers in a garden. I plan on using my meaning of the simple goodto improve my community and change the world by spreading joy and peace. This is important to me because it makes me calm and gives me joy.”
— Alex L., 6th Grade Little Village
400gsm Heavyweight Organic Cotton with brushed interior
100% organic cotton body and recycled poly ribbing comprising 20% of the garment
Reverse flatlock stitching to reduce bulk and increase durability
4" wide, double folded, flat-knit side ribbing for added flexibility
Adjustable drawstring hood with front kanga pocket
Tear away neck labels for customization
Pre-shrunk and treated to ensure minimal shrinkage