Wiloh T-shirts combine pentagrams and crucifixes for a cause

Just saw this Wiloh t-shirt on Beckerman Bite Plate, and because I’m predictable, here it is again. As if by some kind of pentagram voodoo magic!

Not only is it a cool design, but Wiloh are also a brilliant company. Here’s why. They take part in the ‘Tee for Tee’ initiative, which means for every t-shirt they sell (which is presumably, a shit-tonne), they donate a t-shirt to a child in need. They don’t donate a pentagram t-shirt to a child in need (might be a bit spooky), but the kids do get a neat brand new graphic tee, designed by Wiloh’s very own designers.

Impressively, since 1985, K.I.D.S has distributed more than half a billion dollars of goodies to more than 64 million children. Good work! Read more about it here, then buy yourself a nice t-shirt to feel all warm and fuzzy inside. And look cool on the outside.

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