If you've found yourself staring at an empty wall in your home or office lately thinking, "I'd really love to spice things up in here with a piece of original art, and also help to preserve and defend the rights and freedoms guaranteed to all Americans in our Constitution," then I have some very good news for you.

Today, Felix Comic Art is launching an online sale featuring original pieces by artists including Paul Pope, Cliff Chiang, Bryan Lee O'Malley, Skottie Young, Ramon Villalobos, and more, with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union.

The sale begins at 9 AM Pacific time at FelixComicArt.com, and you can get a look at the pieces on offer below:

 

Cliff Chiang
Cliff Chiang
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Bryan Lee OMalley
Bryan Lee OMalley
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Aaron Conley
Aaron Conley
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Stephen Green
Stephen Green
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Skottie Young
Skottie Young
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Geoff Shaw
Geoff Shaw
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Chris Burnham
Chris Burnham
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Tradd Moore
Tradd Moore
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Riley Rossmo
Riley Rossmo
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Riley Rossmo
Riley Rossmo
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Ramon Villalobos
Ramon Villalobos
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Nick Dragotta
Nick Dragotta
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Leslie Hung
Leslie Hung
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Leslie Hung
Leslie Hung
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Juan Gedeon
Juan Gedeon
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James Jean
James Jean
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James Harren
James Harren
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Ian Bertram
Ian Bertram
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Garry Brown
Garry Brown
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Filipe Andrade
Filipe Andrade
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Felix Lu talked to ComicsAlliance about the motivation behind the sale: "Given the current political climate, support for the ACLU feels more important than ever. So this is in response to that. This is a ridiculous hobby, and a silly job, so it's nice to make whatever small difference we can in the real world."

The sale starts today, March 24, 2017, at 12 PM Eastern time, 9 AM Pacific. Prices start at $50, but customers are encouraged to pay more if they can. For more information, head over to the Felix Comic Art website.

 

Please note that this article originally stated that the art sale was an auction, and that all items were listed at $50. It has been updated to reflect that it's a pay-what-you-can sale, and not an auction, and prices start at $50.