The global agency R/GA launched Merch Aid to connect prominent designers and businesses, especially those without logos and brands. Designers create custom illustrations and Merch Aid places them on t-shirts, tote bags and prints, and sells them online. All of the profits go back to the local business to assist with overhead costs and staff compensation while they’re closed.
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