Oblique is big on giving back to the people, places and non-profits that we care about—especially in our local area. That’s why we started the Oblique CommuniTee Program. We obviously dig doing design, so we figured: why not put our passion to use to help charitable organizations thrive with cool custom tees?

Here’s how it works:

  1. Non-profits can send us an email telling us why they should become a selected CommuniTee member. Or heck, we also just choose some that are near and dear to our team.
  2. We design custom tee shirts for the organization.
  3. We sell the shirts on the organization’s website.
  4. We donate ALL the proceeds to the chosen organization.

Read on to see who answers, “Oblique Design” when asked, “Who are you wearing?” on the red carpet. Or more likely the sidewalk.


BLOCK 1750


Like to boogie? So does Block 1750. This dance-studio-slash-community-center invites local youth of all ages to come, dance and be empowered…together. From group dance lessons to community dinners and performances, Block 1750 helps inspire leadership and build meaningful connections through movement and the arts. Even better, these guys never discriminate. Anyone who wants in, can be in.

Oblique chose Block 1750 as a CommuniTee member because creative expression is our M.O.—dance included. We both respect and admire how Block 1750 provides kids from all walks of life a place to feel safe, supported and artistic. If you agree, let’s get you on the dance floor in one of these stylish shirts.

Women’s Bean Project


When you hear Women’s Bean Project, you should think of one word: empowerment. This kick-ass non-profit employs women who are chronically unemployed and impoverished in the Denver area, providing them with stepping stones to 
self-sufficiency through social enterprise. Through transitional employment, The Women’s Bean Project helps these women earn the job readiness, interpersonal and life skills to create a new future. Talk about women power.

Oblique has always and forever been a fan of all the amazing work that Women’s Bean Project does, and we were excited when they asked to be a part of our CommuniTee program. The shirts and hoodies we created were designed to represent the empowerment, transition and legacy that Women’s Bean Project has created in their industry and hopefully gain support for their cause to keep creating the change they want to see in the world.

Team Oblique believes that this is a cause worth fighting for and we’re proud to say it is local to Colorado. If you want to help empower women, grab a hoodie and let your support show.