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T-shirts, Moleskines and other goods from advertising's renowned W+K
by Maggie York-Worth
on 14 June 2010
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Preeminent advertising firm Wieden & Kennedy's "studio" recently released a new line of t-shirts, Moleskine notebooks, onesies and tote bags with an indie bent. The simple illustrations gracing the American Apparel tees span the quirky—Bear On Bike or Beardo—to neo-inspirational messages such as "The Work Comes First" and "It Takes As Long As It Takes."

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In addition to clothing and office supplies, the team also asked artists to design posters to benefit Haiti. All proceeds will go to Mercy Corps, and W+K will match that amount. Shirts ($20), Onesies ($15), tote bags ($20) and posters ($25) are all made in Oregon and sell from their online store.

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