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Royal Things is a hunger fighting vintage and handcrafted jewelry e-boutique that gives meals to those who are undernourished because to give is a precious gift. The jewelry is a sum of many generations of 'creatives' tapping into and exploring the art of jewelry. 

For each jewel purchased, Royal Things gives a meal to someone in need in the U.S. and abroad.  More specifically, Royal Things packages lunches freshly and brings them to a Baltimore, MD based charity organization that has been serving homeless gentlemen faithfully for over 50 years.   Additionally, Royal Things donates funds to a New York-based non-profit organization to fund their supply of Plumpy' Nuts - a peanut butter-like nutritional food that combats malnutrition primarily in young children. What has been given before - hopefully and with your help - will be incomparable to that which is given in the future.   

 

Help Royal Things not only change, but augment our local and global communities and add some goodies to your jewelry collection in the process!

 

 

 

Royal Things - Charity jewelry and products blog

A blog about charity buy one give one products, gifts, jewelry and the artistic community

Spray It to Say It

Amber Royal

I’ve seen graffiti before. In Baltimore, there are some outstanding murals and graffiti work - call them memorials - that mark where lavish department stores and cultural centers once stood gracefully.  In many cities throughout the States, the birth of hip-hop culture influenced not only the expression of music, but also graffiti art.  It started with fellas like TAKI 183, a guy who was a foot messenger when he first began graffitiing.  He painted in signature form across NYC until he made a name for himself as one of the originators of graffiti.  His work is exhibited throughout the country in art galleries like the one I spotted on 69 Leonard St.  It’s called Gallery 69 and houses the works of many well-known graffiti artists.  Later that evening, I walked by a hotel in the city and was astounded to see graffitied lamps resting on the windowsills.  Never seen that before, but it was a very cool site to see.

Tribeca's Gallery 69

New Graffiti