Two of the dashing vampire portrayers from The Vampire Diaries launched a charitable campaign Friday through T-Shirts and fan art.
On Friday from the set of The Vampire Diaries, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder dished in a short video on Twitter about their charity project.
— Paul Wesley (@paulwesley) July 17, 2015
"You remember when we asked you guys to design some cool T-Shirts?" Somerhalder asked.
Wesley then brought up how he's on his costar's chest because of a design of them that they selected to use for this charity project.
"On our chests," Somerhalder said of the T-Shirt design, which Wesley added to by stating, "Soon to be on your chests." Peep the guys modeling the design below!
Damon and Stefan TShirts are here!!! Get one!Help us change to world! Go here! http://represent.com/ianpaul If I see you in public you're getting a hug! Also more phone calls to come;) we'll be randomly calling you all! A photo posted by iansomerhalder (@iansomerhalder) on Jul 19, 2015 at 8:29am PDT
The charitable T-Shirt campaign is through Represent and the design features the actors as their brooding vamp characters with the text "Blood Brothers since 1864" in red.
Kathryn Kij is the fan responsible for the design, which can be found on other apparel pieces aside from T-Shirts, including tanks and sweatshirts too.
The costars passed their goal of selling 1,000 and are up to just under 3,000 as this is being written. There are 11 days left of the campaign with "a portion of proceeds" getting donated to charity.
The two actors have even been calling people who have been making purchases.
Be sure to tune in starting this October for the seventh season of The Vampire Diaries on The CW at 8 p.m. ET.