12 C
Madrid
Sunday, October 25, 2020

‘True Blood T-Shirt’ Entrepreneurs Creates Blood Donation Awareness Campaign

International apparel brand Crinial aims to raise funds, awareness about blood donation featuring t-shirts inked in real human blood

Must read

India’s Best-Selling Collaborative Fiction Novelists Launch Their Second Book

INDIA. India's first collaborative fiction writers have published their second fiction novel 'Mooncircles - As the Night Unravelled'. The authors who have...

Bolivia Chooses Socialism And Luis Arce For President

BOLIVIA. La Paz. After a tense election that took place on 18 Oct., it was announced Sunday evening that Luis Arce, presidential candidate...

Bolivian Election Results Marred By Protests And Accusations Of Fraud

BOLIVIA. Santa Cruz: Thousands of angry residents gathered in the area of El Cristo on 20 Oct. to denounce the early election results...

Four Pupils Held Over The Beheading Of A French Teacher

FRANCE. Paris: Thousands of people rallied across Paris and in other parts of France on Monday. The protests were against the beheading...

SWITZERLAND. Rorschach. The artists behind a new blood donation awareness campaign wanted to find an edgy way to raise awareness about donating blood.

Artists came up with a unique idea: to take their own blood and use it to ink limited-run tees for a cause.

- Advertisement -

The special edition “True Blood T-shirt” is the world’s first t-shirt made with real human blood. The cutting-edge shirt was created by Crinial, an innovative clothing brand that incorporates technology to convey emotion with each of their products.

The goal is to raise awareness about the importance of blood donation in saving lives, especially during a global pandemic. Besides raising awareness, the creators of the True Blood T-shirt hope to raise funds: 30 percent of net proceeds from the sale of the shirts will go toward blood donation campaigns.

- Advertisement -

The True Blood T-shirt is the first of what the company’s owners hope will be many edge-pushing, limited-edition product campaigns, each including an augmented reality component.

We are so pleased to present you our first special edition. With this edition, we would like you to be able to donate…

Posted by Crinial on Tuesday, August 11, 2020

“With this project, we want to encourage the world to donate blood,” said Cristian Rauseo, co-creator of the True Blood T-Shirt. “We believe good things will come to those who do good. Donating blood is a critical way to save lives, as demand for blood always runs high. Now, during a global pandemic, it’s more important than ever to give.”

- Advertisement -

“Crinial’s high-end t-shirts are crafted with 100 percent cotton and designed in Switzerland. The blood-based ink is incorporated into the logo printed on each shirt,” said Rauseo.

More articles

Latest article

India’s Best-Selling Collaborative Fiction Novelists Launch Their Second Book

INDIA. India's first collaborative fiction writers have published their second fiction novel 'Mooncircles - As the Night Unravelled'. The authors who have...

Masaba Gupta Launches A Limited Edition Of Headphones Designed For The Millennial At Lakmé Fashion Week 2020

INDIA. Mumbai. When one thinks of a great lifestyle brand then it is boAt that makes life truly exciting. The brand has...

The Disha Patil Digital First Season Fluid Edition Collection At Lakmé Fashion Week 2020–A Beautiful Offering Of Stylish Geometric Creations

INDIA. Mumbai. When geometry and fashion merge creatively for a collection, the result is a grand offering of stunning ensembles. Disha Patil’s...

Photocarrefour Africa Invites Abuja To View The Global Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic shapes a new reality where exhibits serve as a viewpoint to understand it. He said, “We expect people to look at the images of various artists from the world. And feel the changes brought by the pandemic from their perspective.”

Spain And France Exceed One Million COVID-19 Cases

SPAIN. Spain and France have surpassed one million COVID-19 cases this week. Many European countries are still battling with the COVID-19 outbreak....