Back in September, a student from Eisenhower High School in Texas asked Travis Scott via Twitter if he could give her permission to use signature design elements of the cover art for his single "Watch," or the even the cover art of Astroworld, after drafting a design for a potential 2019 senior class graduation sweater.
While the Houston rapper could have ignored the request, Travis Scott offered to design the graduation sweater himself instead, and planned to send a box of the merch to the school. "Ill just design them for u guys and send a box thru how about that. ?" he replied back to the fan, in September.
Three months later, Scott’s kind gesture couldn’t go unnoticed, as fan-dedicated account @FTPflame revealed that the rapper actually came through with the graduation merch.
The featured design consists of a beige tee with a reference to Travis Scott's "Astroworld: Wish You Were Here" tour, along with a motif of the globe that bears a smiley face. The front portion also includes a multicolor font of Eisenhower High, in addition to a shout out to the seniors. On the rear, a simple 2019 graphic is applied with a short message "Enjoy the Ride." The highlight is also directed on that section, which bears Travis Scott's signature, making each tee truly exclusive and holding more value.
Following the reveal via social media, Travis Scott responded proudly, "FLAME ALWAYS DELIVER FOR THE KIDS."
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