Salvation Army ‘Army for Japan’ T-Shirt

Japanese media reported at least 1,000 people are presumed dead from Friday’s massive 8.9 earthquake, most drowned by the wall of water that swept across the northeast coast of the island nation. The Salvation Army in Japan is responding to the earthquake and tsunami that brought devastation to the north of the country. Joshua Smith from ( Hydro74 ) has designed a shirt to help raise funding and awareness for those affected by the disaster. The Japanese Kanji on the shirt translates to “Save World Army”

100% of the proceeds of the sales of this shirt will go toward The Salvation Army’s relief efforts in Japan.

“By now, you’re well aware of the devastating earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power plant issues that continue to plague Japan. You’re also probably well aware of our undying love of gear, specifically awesome t-shirts. This is one of those rare occasions where we get to combine our desire to do some good and our need to look good at the same time. This Salvation Army shirt (designed by Joshua Smith a.k.a designer Hydro 74) is proudly emblazoned with Kanji that says “Save World Army.” Since this is officially endorsed by The Salvation Army, we’re going to hazard a guess that the translation is correct, so you don’t have to worry about it like you do with that tattoo you think says truth. The design is fantastic. The shirt is printed on comfortable, pre-shrunk Tultex 100% ringspun cotton. Most importantly, 100% of the sales proceeds go directly to Salvation Army relief efforts in Japan. $20″

Printed with waterbase discharge inks on pre-shrunk, super soft Tultex 100% ringspun cotton.

Via: COOL MATERIAL

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