Crossfire Apparel – The Red Cross Foundation

A concept apparel brand created for the Red Cross Foundation. The main objective is to get the younger generation more involved & interested through trendy and unique custom apparel. These are the first 10 designs of the initial range consisting of designs aimed at both the Red Cross Foundation and the Red Cross Blood Foundation. T-shirts were printed and an Art book was published.

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