Bobby Hundreds Takes a Stand With Downloadable Anti-White Supremacist Art“ALT WRONG.”
Following the Charlottesville Riots, Bobby Hundreds is the next streetwear designer to use his creative abilities to speak out against neo-Nazis and white nationalists. The Hundreds founder has recently taken to Twitter to share a WeTransfer file containing protest artwork that he created. “I made 11 pieces of art for you to make T-shirts, signs, and posters,” said Bobby. “Download ‘em all and get to work.”
“NOT OKKK,” “ALT WRONG,” as well as “DONT BE A DICKKK” graphics are included in the gamut. Not to mention, a portrait of Trump with “HATER” wording beneath is purveyed as well. Take a look at the graphics above and let us know your thoughts.
— Bobby Hundreds (@bobbyhundreds) August 18, 2017