grantLOVE x Amber Sakai

Introducing the LOVE candle holder + AMOUR candle

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the LOVE necklace

available in sterling silver and 18K gold

grantLOVE x Hartjess

Hartjess is Jessica Van Abeelen Melker based in the Netherlands. Jessica makes upcycled tote bags from an array of different fabrics, from used jeans to table cloths. A combination of new and used material ensures green production methods and overall quality and durability. 

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grantLOVE x Cachetejack

benefitting SAVVY Contemporary

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New Arrivals

Embroidered LOVE dad hat - blue
  • $35.00
Kids LOVE hoodie
  • $65.00
Organic LOVE baby onesie
  • $35.00
LOVE embroidered sweatpants
  • $75.00
Embroidered LOVE socks
  • $30.00
grantLOVE x Amber Sakai LOVE Candle Holder and AMOUR Candle
  • $165.00

The grantLOVE Project

The grantLOVE project is an artist-owned and operated project that produces and sells original artworks and editions to benefit artists and arts non-profits.

Created by Los Angeles artist Alexandra Grant in 2008, grantLOVE is a symbol of artist philanthropy.  Alexandra was inspired by the work of Paul Newman and the Newman’s Own brand as a form of lateral philanthropy, where a company sells products in order to generate profits to give to charity.  To date, the sale of grantLOVE products and Alexandra’s artwork (prints, sculpture, etc.), necklaces and rings have raised funds to support multiple Los Angeles art projects and charities.

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Shop by Collection

grantLOVE x Cachetejack print - L.L.L. (Lunar Love Lady)

19 products

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE (purple) 2018
Original Artwork

3 products

Large LOVE neon (black/white)

11 products

LOVE Tie-Dye Hoodies

9 products

Blue grantLOVE x Zink Quilt
Home Goods

5 products

grantLOVE Micro Pavé Diamond Necklace

3 products

Collection 7

0 products

grantLOVE in ApparelNews

"Alexandra Grant Gives Love to Project Angel Food Through Sale of Oscar de la Renta Designs"

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grantLOVE x Devon Tsuno
Beach Towel makes LA Times list

"The local’s guide to the best made-in-L.A. gifts"

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