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Junglist Movement face masks crowdfunder launched to raise money for NHS

London streetwear brand Aerosoul has repurposed the design made famous in '90s rave flick Human Traffic

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London streetwear brand Aerosoul has unveiled a face mask featuring its iconic Junglist Movement design. 

Aerosoul’s founder and designer Leke Adesoye launched a crowdfunding campaign this week to raise funds for the production of the masks, with a view to donating £2.50 from the sale of each mask to UCLH charity Haematology Cancer Care.

“[I] have been attending UCLH for over five years for treatment,” writes Adesoye on the Just Giving page. “If it wasn't for the hard work and passion of the front line staff within UCLH myself along with thousands of others could well be living a much less life expectancy and quality of life.”

Made famous after its appearance on a t-shirt in cult ‘90s rave flick Human Traffic, the Junglist Movement designed masks will be made of 100% cotton. 

Donate to the crowdfunding campaign here

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