Pro-tip: Print these graphics onto a t-shirt, socks, or as patches for free Bobby Hundreds merch.
Featured photo: Instagram/Bobby Kim
Available since August 19, the graphics feature a series of anti-Nazi ideology with wordplay like, “Not Okkk” and “Don’t Be a Dickkk”.
Bobby Hundreds, a.k.a. Bobby Kim, is giving fans permission to print these high-res graphics onto t-shirts, signs, and any other merch.
Each download contains two sets of folders – one is “Raw Images”, which contains images in Photoshop (.psd) and Adobe Illustrator (.ai) format; the other titled “Instagram” contains social media ready graphics that are an upload away.
Some have acted real fast. Case Nerd has already turned the graphics into a series of phone cases that are going for US$25 (approx. S$34) a pop – but all proceeds go to the American Civil Liberties Union, a non-profit organization “devoted to protecting the rights of everyone in America”.
Proceeds will go to @ACLU
Thank you to @bobbyhundreds for allowing us to use these original works.https://t.co/AAtD05EB9B pic.twitter.com/EKyFMTJGeb
— CaseNerd (@CaseNerd) August 18, 2017
Start downloading the graphics here before the WeTransfer goes dead!
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