What says holiday spirit more than giving? In that case, we wouldn't mind some Positive East charity tees in our stockings.

The London-based nonprofit organization's mission is to improve the quality of life of individuals and communities affected by HIV. This season, Positive East launched a limited-edition digital t-shirt shop and invited internationally renowned artists to design tees to raise funds for the org's essential HIV support services.

Notably, AA Bronson decked a white tee in his iconic AIDS logo (an appropriation of Robert Indiana’s recognizable LOVE sculptures). Elsewhere photographer Wolfgang Tillmans printed one of his signature abstractions on a tee, framing the words "I feel safer in the city."

Other contributing artists include Jack Hughes, Sunil Gupta, John Walter, Alex Mein, and Kai Isaiah Jamal. Check out the designs below.

The designs embody Positive East's ongoing commitment to tackling social injustice, promoting LGBTQ+ equality, and fighting against HIV stigma. Each tee retails for £30 (approximately $40) and 100 percent of the proceeds from sales will go towards this mission. Head over to Positive East's online pop-up shop to cop.

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