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PEACE Matters

t-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts with original peace symbol graphic and slogan text - PEACE Matters. + fabric and print colors

"We are a species that thrives on co-operation. It's what we've always done best" And yet..... we seem obsessed with conflict. Morgan Freeman, The Story of Us.

The PEACE Sign

Now widely recognised as an international peace symbol, the peace sign was created in 1958 by British graphic designer Gerald Holtom. Holtom was tasked with creating a visual that would stick in the public's mind.

Festival goer wearing glasses and a black t-shirt printed with the international peace symbol, Newport Folk Festival, 1963

Newport Folk Festival, 1963. Photographer: Jim Marshall

A Celebration of PEACE

In 1965, UNICEF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, in recognition for their work in cooperation with more than 120 governments worldwide, focused on improving the lives of children everywhere. UNICEF’s work was acknowledged as a ‘peace-factor of great importance’. In his acceptance speech, UNICEF executive director, Henry R. Labouisse said “the welfare of today's children is inseparably linked with the peace of tomorrow's world.”


In 2018 alone, more than 29 million babies were born in areas experiencing armed conflict. Innocent victims of adult conflict, they spent their earliest moments in chaos and danger. 

Peace and the opportunity to grow up safely should be their human right. Yet they are often killed, maimed, orphaned, trafficked and abused, with no one to protect them.

Become a UNICEF Donor - Buy a TEE

premium unisex white cotton crew neck t-shirt featuring the JTEESinc Peace Matters graphic design in blue grey print

JTEESinc PEACE Symbol Statement Tee | + colors and designs  

Every child deserves a fair chance. they have the right to survive, thrive and fulfil their potential. Please help us, to help you, to help them.

JTEESinc will donate to UNICEF for every purchase 

JTEESinc PEACE Statement Hoodie | + colors and designs  


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