The Journey Is the Destination
“Dan Eldon blazed through his short life like a meteor, leaving a trail… that awes with its intensity and beauty.” – USA Today
The Journey is the Destination, the book that first introduced the extraordinary life of Dan Eldon to the world, is now available in paperback.
Dan Eldon’s life and art have inspired people all over the world to be creative, live boldly, and act on a vision of a better world. Some of the projects and organizations continuing Dan’s work include:
Creative Visions Foundation was founded by Dan’s mother Kathy to train and support creative activists all over the world who are making change through the arts.
The Dan Eldon Project is a line of apparel featuring Dan’s art. Proceeds benefit the Creative Visions Foundation. The current line includes men’s and women’s t-shirts, and can be found at stores across the US.
Shop now for 40% off selected styles!
TOMS Shoes’ Spring 2011 Collection is inspired by the life and art of Dan Eldon. With every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. One for One.
Metropark stores carry an exclusive line of Dan Eldon apparel, as well as books and prints.
They recently hosted an amazing launch party for The Journey is the Destination at their San Francisco Store.
Guests made their own journals inspired by Dan’s art
Kathy Eldon spoke about continuing Dan’s legacy of Art and Activism
And a DJ spun jammin’ tunes – check out the video for of the fun:
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