In the burgeoning creative community of Detroit, we often come across fresh and inspiring stories of young people who’ve got hustle and want to make a difference. Josh York of the York Project is one of them.
Tapping into his entrepreneurial spirit as a child by selling Silly Putty, Josh is now 26 years old and has built his own social streetwear brand, developed full-on merchandise lines and campaigns for large corporate brands, and donated over $91,000 (and counting) to homeless shelters and outreach programs. Josh’s passion for quality American-grown, -designed, and handmade clothing is legit. (Continue Reading Part 1)