People Over Profits Face Mask by Amy Smith

Apparel

Wear a face mask with fun art and a powerful message on it! Masks can help keep everyone safe and for every mask purchased, a mask donated to an essential worker who needs one via our partnership with Coworker.org. Designed by independent artists to help support the essential worker community and other worthy social causes, our masks are machine washable, have reinforced stitching and two layers of breathable cotton, with cotton elastic ear bands. One size fits most adults. Please note: This is not a medical mask. This mask is not for medical use and is not considered personal protective equipment. All face mask sales are final.

Design By: Amy Smith
Amy Smith Amy Smith is a self-educated contemporary artist. Born in New Jersey, she moved to Los Angeles where she found inspiration, mentors, and support in the Street Art community surrounding L.A. Her intention is to offer viewers the opportunity to choose one’s own path of empowerment, leaving behind what society demands.
Amy Smith’s work has been featured in a number of private collections, residences, businesses, and in popular tv/film sets including shows like Dear White People, Key and Peele, Casual, and many others.
Design By: Amy Smith
Amy Smith Amy Smith is a self-educated contemporary artist. Born in New Jersey, she moved to Los Angeles where she found inspiration, mentors, and support in the Street Art community surrounding L.A. Her intention is to offer viewers the opportunity to choose one’s own path of empowerment, leaving behind what society demands.
Amy Smith’s work has been featured in a number of private collections, residences, businesses, and in popular tv/film sets including shows like Dear White People, Key and Peele, Casual, and many others.
Artist Statement

To fight for equality means you have to value the lives of the people first. We are living in a kleptocracy where our government and corporations care more about their bottom lines than the people working for them. This has been going on for years and we continue to see lower and middle class people pay the price. We have had enough. The people need to speak the truth and stand together to make a change so we have a future based on morals and ethical practices that benefit everyone, not just the few. - Amy Smith