Two-time Emmy Award winning artist, Sake One has created a 15′ street art mural for A Lee Dog Story in San Diego. SAKE’s mural was inspired by Lee Brown, also known as Lee Dog, a force of nature and longtime homeless man who died last year in my hometown of Memphis. SAKE and other nationally recognized artists, all inspired by A Lee Dog Story, have joined the project to raise funds for its production.
Support this cause by purchasing the prints available on the website. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to A Lee Dog Story, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.
These artists want to help our nonprofit and show the world what can be accomplished when artists come together to help solve a problem.
Lee Thomas Brown, 11/3/70 – 7/14/18
Founder, Zach Waters explains: Lee, affectionately and respectfully known to many as Lee Dog, inspired me to form A Lee Dog Story.
We are producing a documentary TV series that aims to tell the stories of men, women and children and their yearlong journeys out of homelessness. Each season, we will follow three individuals as we work with them to find the resources, support and community they need to get off the streets and into tiny homes.
Chris O’Conner of Prodigi Arts in Los Angeles will produce the series. His team includes Emmy Award winning cinematographer, Joel Evans. We will be releasing professional photographs and marketing videos for this campaign in the coming weeks, and will have a library of photos and videos at your disposal!
We just launched our brand new website today to showcase SAKE’s work and our 2019 Art Print Campaign.
Art print Campaign 2019 :
You may consider a modest donation — however much you can afford, when it comes from the heart, it’s the kind of gesture that makes us warm with appreciation.