Since the Tohoku earthquake hit Japan on March 11, artists, designers, celebrities and even advertising agencies all over the world have been designing fashions from bags, t-shirts, bracelets, and posters to help support the relief effort. If you’ve been looking for a way to contribute, here’s your chance. Clothing company Adapt Advancers have designed the JP Tee, which combines the country code of Japan with the universal symbol for aid. 100% of the net proceeds from the sale of this garment will go to the Japan Tsunami and Earthquake disaster relief efforts of the American Red Cross. Up Your Tee is selling the Pray for Japan t-shirt, where 50% of all profits goes to the Red Cross to support Japan relief efforts. Max Erdenberger, of the advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy, has designed this simple Japan Relief poster donating all net proceeds to the Red Cross. Support here: JP Tee. Pray for Japan t-shirt. Help Japan poster.    
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