M.I.A. previously showcased her environmental side by teaming up with fast fashion retailer H&M for "World Recycle Week" back in April, and now the British rapper is going one step further by asking fans to literally take her AIM tour merch designs into their own hands in a stand against sweatshops.
By downloading one of five ready-to-print design vectors from the M.I.A. website, fans can then emblazon their hoodies, tees, or sweatshirts how they see fit. The news comes a month after M.I.A. finally had her U.S. visa approved, meaning a Stateside AIM tour is surely imminent.
Browse the designs in the gallery above, or download them here.
In other artist merchandise-related news, Gildan, the company behind Kanye West's Life of Pablo tour merch, has just acquired American Apparel.