Takashi Murakami is coming out with a collab collection with sustainable clothing brand Pangaia to help save the bees. He knows what’s up.
The collection is made up of shirts and hoodies, and will feature Murakami’s exclusive bee design. His signature flower designs will also be making an appearance in the collection, of course.
View this post on Instagram
Today we are launching ‘Bee the Change’ together with @thepangaia ? ?? A fund to save bees across the world. Our survival depends on bees, they pollinate one third of the world’s global food supply ? Without them, many of our crops will disappear ??? Join ‘Bee the Change’ through link in bio to protect and preserve endangered bee species worldwide ?? #bees #beethechange #beeconservation #savethebees #pollinators #honeybees #bee #savetheplanet #beerescue #nature #conservation #wildliferescue #wildlifepreserve #wildlifeprotection #biodiversity #savebees #savebees?
“[Bees] pollinate 75 percent of the world’s food crops. Bees feed the world and are key to conserving biodiversity,” says Pangaia on the campaign, which is aptly named “Bee The Change.” The campaign aims to help out in the conservation of endangered bee species.
The collection is also in partnership with the fundraiser organization Milkywire, and will drop this May 20.
Photo via Hypebeast
Uniqlo UT drops a Billie Eilish x Takashi Murakami collection
Pornhub made bee porn to save bees
Enumerating the life lessons we can learn from plants