January 7, 2008 18:21

Daft Punk, Hot Chip, Iggy Pop design Playboy shirts

Duran Duran and The Shins also pitch in

Daft Punk, Hot Chip, Iggy Pop design Playboy shirts
Daft Punk, Hot Chip, Iggy Pop, Duran Duran, The Shins, Jamie T and Tokyo Police Club have all designed T-shirts for this year's Playboy Rock the Rabbit series.

The musicians have put their spin on the Playboy logo for T-shirts that are being sold at Bloomingdale's stores throughout the US, as well as at ShopTheBunny.com.

Other artists who have put their mark on the logo include Gogol Bordello, T.I., The Pipettes, New Young Pony Club, The Little Ones, and The Heavy.

The musicians' original designs will be auctioned off, with proceeds going to Rock The Vote, a charity dedicated to engaging youth in the political process.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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