Vegan musician Billie Eilish is the inspiration behind the newest design launched by activist apparel brand Vegan Club. The design was created by street artist Constantin Philippou—who goes by the name “Le Fou”—who made similar Vegan Club artworks, featured on T-shirts, jackets, posters, and stickers, inspired by other celebrities such as Tony Kanal, Miley Cyrus, and Joaquin Phoenix with the purpose of promoting vegan messaging in popular culture. “We are an activist brand with the main goal of veganizing the world through the subliminal power of vegan artworks and fashion,” Philippou said. “Every time you wear our apparel and hang our original artworks in your home or office, you assist in driving this necessary social change.” Eilish recently began using her massive platform to promote veganism, including earlier this month when she shared horrific footage of an undercover investigation at dairy farm Fair Oaks Farms with her then 26 million followers on Instagram and urged them to go vegan. The Eilish-inspired Vegan Club T-shirt is now available for pre-order and all profits from sales will be donated to animal-rights organizations.
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