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Shepard Fairey's Studio Number One designs a T-shirt to benefit Haiti

January 25, 2010 |  7:30 am

HaitiStudio Number One -- the L.A.-based design studio founded by artist Shepard Fairey that brought us the Obama "Hope" poster -- has designed a T-shirt in support of the people of Haiti.

Emblazoned on gray, the T's design includes an 80s-inspired, heart-shaped graphic floating over a colorful rendering of the word "Haiti."

One hundred percent of the T-shirts' retail price ($15) will benefit the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, which is targeting the money to help provide safe water, temporary shelters, medical supplies and other essentials for displaced children. Funds raised will also be used to help orphaned children reunite with their families.

The T-shirt, which comes in both male and female silhouettes, is available for a limited time at CafePress, which has, to date, donated over $30,000 to UNICEF from sales of the T-shirt and other community-designed products dedicated to supporting Haiti’s earthquake relief efforts.

--Emili Vesilind


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Photo: Studio Number One's Haitian charity T-shirt. Credit: CafePress.