Junk Food Clothing Co Debuts Digital Museum Gift Shop at Comic-Con

Ever wanted to wear an awesome Batman shirt AND help fight world hunger? Are you also at Comic-Con? Then, Junk Food Clothing has just the thing for you.

Junk Food has teamed up with DC to debut a digital museum gift shop  that allows visitors to the Darkness & Light: Art Inspired by Heroes & Villains, Hope & Heroism art exhibition open all week at the Michael J. Wolf Fine Art Gallery, 363 5th Ave., San Diego to don their favorite piece of artwork. All they have to do is scan the QR code under select pieces, which will take them to a landing page that allows them to order shirts that will be shipped in under 48 hours.

With the purchase of every shirt $15 will be donated to feed hungry children in Africa. Not only can do you do something great, but you can get a sweet shirt in the process. So, if you’re at SDCC and want to help out the needy and get an awesome shirt, be sure to head on over to the art exhibition and pick out your favorite piece. Believe me, if I were there, I would have the coolest Batman shirt I could find.

Source: Junk Food Clothing
Reporter: Leo Johnson

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