Fitzroy-born fashion label Mr Simple doesn’t shy away from fun collabs – remember frothing over the Melbourne Bitter and Victoria Bitter lines? But to celebrate its 15th birthday, the team is cooking up something different.

Over the last few years Australia has been profoundly impacted by the effects of climate change, with devastating bushfires and floods – and Mr Simple wants to give back. Its latest range of tees brings awareness to and raises funds for the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW), a not-for-profit NGO that works to protect Australia’s diverse plant and animal species.

Artist Simon Perini has designed five new National Parks graphic tees for the collab, spotlighting some of the team’s favourite places around Australia. Tassie’s Savage River is represented by a ferocious little Tasmanian devil; there are whales, ostriches and a broken-down jeep along the cliffs of the Nullarbor; there is, of course, a lizard on the illustration for Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef, alongside a clownfish and coral; and the Naracoorte Caves tee is covered in fossils, which have been accumulating on the site for millenia. There’s also a cool tourist tee in the shape of Australia, highlighting some of the country’s natural wonders and Aboriginal heritage.

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All the graphics have been printed on fair-trade, heavyweight pure cotton shirts that are designed to last, with four colours (white, vintage black, washed mist and washed gold) to choose from. Each shirt costs $59.95, with a portion of proceeds going directly to FNPW’s conservation efforts.

Check the shirts out here.

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