Designer ... Band-Aids?


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I completely realize that designer Band-Aids are silly. But I ran across these little gems on one of my favorite design blogs, Oh Joy!, and couldn't resist.

Seriously, how adorable. Designed by Cynthia Rowley (she's glamorous and playful all at once), a dollar from each purchase goes toward Design Ignites Change, which is a program that engages high school and college students in design and architecture projects associated with social issues in their own communities. Good design, helping others, and getting young people interested in good design? I think it's worth it. They are $10 a box, and you can get them here.

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