Rather than creating festive gifts and holiday cards, creative studio Barbarian has launched a campaign titled ‘Shirts For Putin’, which spotlights the Russian leader’s violations against human rights and freedoms.

The studio has used Putin’s reputation for getting photographed bare-chested as inspiration behind this campaign. Internet users can digital dress the brawny leader in tops designed for a cause. These apparels don various messages in encouragement of human rights, the protection of journalists, LGBTQ, climate change, and more.

Keen parties can donate money to establishments that support the movements Putin aims to end, such as The Committee to Protect Journalists, The Human Rights Campaign, and the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Organization.

See the entire gallery of ‘Shirts For Putin’ here.

[via The Drum, main image via Shirts For Putin]

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