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Make It Right Merchandise Going Fast With Pitt As Model

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m_home.jpgAs an additional element to their holiday fund raising campaign, the Make It Right NOLA organization is selling some great branded merchandise on the official site. Most of the featured items (t-shirts, caps) have been modeled by Brad Pitt over the past couple weeks — with the Caputo Caps he’s made stylish over the past year already sold out. The tees speak for themselves in terms of eco-friendliness:

“This unique T-shirt is made from 100% certified organic cotton and provided by Art for Wear. Each shirt is dyed using low impact dyes and low impact dyeing methods. The graphics on the Make It Right T-shirts are produced with eco-friendly printing methods by using water based, PVC/phthalate free inks.”

In addition to the above, the group is also making available January 8th more eco-friendly bags made from the pink fabric used in the Make It Right Pink project. The material, Earthtex, is an environmentally friendly, fully recyclable, VOC-free (volatile-organic compound) fabric with PVD/phthalate-free ink printing.

Jump over to the official site to pick up some cool swag and help out the Lower 9th!

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