Classic brand is latest to team up with the company as it aims to raise £100,000 for the NHS.
PowerStation Studios has welcomed the Tetris brand to its line-up of partners as it continues with its mission to raise £100,000 for the NHS through the sale of charity garments.
The iconic Tetriminos can now be found on a selection of products on welovethis.store. They are being sold royalty free in order to make the maximum donation to charity.
There are three designs available to purchase, featuring messages of community and staying safe, all with 25% of each sale being donated.
The site originally launched with the Isolation Nation collection, a PowerStation Studios in-house range which uses fashion forward graphic design comprised of bold, yet simple instructional typography.
Sybo Games is also on board with its popular Subway Surfers brand, along with character-led lifestyle property, Phat Kandi.
25% of the price of each item sold is being donated to two charities including NHS Charities Together.
“We are thrilled to have Tetris on board with this project,” said Dave Collins, co-founder of PowerStation Studios. “Having worked with The Tetris Company on numerous style guides, brand collaborations and even designing the new Tetris logo, it made perfect sense to have them join us on such a worthy initiative.”