Designers create BLM shirt with a creative Kansas City twist

Two men wear a t-shirt that reads 'BlaKC Lives Matter", a twiat on the word 'black'

Kansas City, MO - A KC graphic design firm and a KCK screen printing shop have collaborated on a design for a 'black lives matter' t-shirt unique to Kansas City.

The shirt showcases the raised fist symbol used by the BLM movement, along with MO & KS displayed under large block letters on the back.

A play on the word 'black' rearranges the C and the K to read 'blaKC'.  

Biaka Works came up with the design and the Just Watch Me t-shirt shop is printing the shirt.

The first order of 100 shirts sold out quickly, and another 150 are in the works, says Antoine with Just Watch Me. 

The folks behind the shirt say all proceeds are being given to the Urban Scholastic Center, a private religious school in Kansas City, Kansas.