Portion of Sales Benefit Military Heroes and Their Families
World renowned for his realistic marine wildlife artwork and his tireless conservation efforts, internationally recognized artist Guy Harvey will be giving consumers the opportunity to support America’s finest through their purchase from this new line. The U.S. Armed Forces Collection will include T-shirts, coffee mugs, mini print posters and other collectible items. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these products will be donated to charitable organizations dedicated to supporting America’s military and their families, including “The Gary Sinise Foundation”, “Birdies for the Brave” and the “Wounded Warrior Project” among others.
Following an extremely successful limited run in November 2011 in honor of Veteran’s Day, Guy Harvey Inc. was recently able to expand the Armed Forces Collection to a permanent fixture within the Guy Harvey product line.
Though he is best known for his depictions of marine wildlife, Harvey has the ability to paint more than just game fish. In creating new artwork for the Armed Forces Collection, he painted a Golden Eagle to represent the Air Force, a Black Knight for the Army, a patriotic Sailfish for the Coast Guard, a White Shark for the Navy and a Bulldog for the Marines. Each image represents a defining aspect of the respected military branch.
“Our organization supports a number of worthy charitable causes but I am especially proud of our new association with these leading military charities,” said Harvey. “This expanded line of products featuring my new designs is intended to honor America’s military soldiers while raising funds for their various needs.”
Country music recording artist Colton James, http://www.coltonjamesmusic.com/, has agreed to support the program by wearing items from the Armed Forces Collection during his current “Brave Men Tour,” which features his hit single “Brave Men.”
The T-shirts are available at Guy Harvey retail partner outlets. For more information or to purchase items from the United States Armed Forces Collection go to www.GuyHarveyArt.com/Military.html.