Cause and Awareness brand iNFable, LLC. introduces their Grand Rapids, Michigan Calder socks.
A portion of all proceeds are donated to not-for-profit organizations [see a list of previous donations at https://www.infablesocks.com/pages/corporate-nonprofit-gifting].
These specific socks iNFable,LLC. vows to donate 10% of the net profits of this style to the Grand Rapids Community Foundation https://www.grfoundation.org/
Material: 80% cotton, 9% Spandez, 11% polyester
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Represent Grand Rapids, MI with these iconic blue and orange Calder Sculpture socks!
[It’s called La Grande Vitesse – a French phrase that translates to “the great swiftness” or “the grand rapids.” But locals tend to refer to it as “The Calder” in deference to the man who created it: Alexander Calder, widely considered one of the most important American sculptors of the 20th century.
In 1967, the city commissioned Calder to create a piece as part of its urban renewal initiative. It was the first public art work to be funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. As is the Grand Rapids way, private funds were raised to cover the balance.] -from ExperienceGR.com