ashleyyy ashleyyy Human from United States


Karyn2002 Karyn2002 Human from United States


Maybe people are also donating, but the shirt serves as a conversation starter – as does any “awareness” ribbon. People buy ribbons, bracelets, hats, socks, etc. with awareness ribbons and slogans because part of it is donated to charity AND it serves to spark conversation with others. It’s a way of saying “I more than just FB status care about Japan, if you’d like to, talk to me, and I can tell you where I helped.” More than that, it’s a way of showing people affected by the disaster “Hey, I know I live far away, but I care about whether or not you’re ok and your life can return to normal. I’m trying to show you in ways other than just my speech – you are not alone. You matter. We care.”

If you’re not a fan of awareness ribbon items, that’s cool, but recognize their function is more than just for a partial donation.

neonbeast neonbeast Artist from Pennsylvania, United States

Simple, effective, and meaningful. Well done! :)

Awww man, you had to get two models with Asian decent. They look so happy with their smiling faces, it just makes you buy the shirt. Its like subliminal marketing…. that helps the world. Its a mind boggling concept that I can barely understand.

Oh and this is like my first post in three months. Hi everyone. :)

Oh and johnsonflores donating his DBH money to help Japan is just remarkable. Shows great character!

Rodney Rodney Human

@johnsonflores great job on the design!

@karyn2002 nice explanation of the purpose of cause marketing t-shirts like this. I hadn’t thought of those reasons.

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thestray thestray Artist from United States

Johnson Flores you the man. DBH, way to go.

Packeranatic Packeranatic Artist from Illinois, United States

This makes me feel all warm inside, and outside too!

to me this is more than a t-shirt

got it spread the news on facebook everyone

MikeK47 MikeK47 Human
I think it’s awesome! I’m glad DBH is doing this.
thestray thestray Artist from United States

If there are any concerns or criticisms about how this relief effort is being conducted, you can contact DBH via e-mail about it. If anybody has anything negative to say about this relief effort they can either keep it to themselves or take it elsewhere. Regardless of how you feel about it, this is helping. That’s a fact. Your negativity is not helping anyone anywhere, that is also a fact.

xevixeis xevixeis Artist from Spain

All solidarity actions are welcome, I also think it’s more than a T-shirt

thank you “thestray” unfortunately we have to remind a small percentage of people that we are all on this planet together and to quote Milton “no man is an Island”. Its time to come together. These are the days that can show what unity can do in the face of adversity.

johnson flores thank you, i just saw that you are donating your winnings, thats solid gold, i have given to the red cross as well but nothing to that extent, and ya everyone facebook the link lets sell these shirts.

wotto wotto Artist from CA, United States

Hi folks,
We here at DBH share your concerns regarding companies profiting from charitable donations. That is why DBH is making no profit from this shirt. The profits will be donated to the American Red Cross for Japan Relief. Thank you for doing your part and supporting the American Red Cross in their relief efforts.

Should you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to email me directly.

johnsonflores johnsonflores Artist from Philippines

Thanks Wotto. I hope it is clear now to people that no profit is gain from this project. I commend you DBH for your good deeds.

Let us Help Japan!

rejagalu rejagalu Artist from Surabaya, Indonesia

you guys are great..thank you for making this shirt DBH..
johnsonflores you r the man, big congrats!

johnsonflores johnsonflores Artist from Philippines


moomeest moomeest Human from United States

you right wotto. I agree :D

that is johnsonflores’s choice.

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