Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is showing his love for the country’s national parks.

Hit Record, an online production company founded by the entertainer, has created a line of T-shirts, hats, a onesie for babies and a tote bag highlighting the National Park Service, which is celebrating its centennial this year. This marks the first creative project between Hit Record and the National Park Foundation, the official charity of the national parks.

The products will be available online at starting this summer. The T-shirts will retail for $30, the hat is $26, the onesie is $20 and the tote bag is $24.

“Camping in Yosemite National Park with my family was one of my favorite activities growing up and I’m honored to be a part of the Find Your Park movement,” said Gordon-Levitt. “The Hit Record community was truly inspired by the history of the parks, paying homage to the past while looking to the future as a creative collective with some very cool initiatives that cross over art, music and fashion.”

“People might not traditionally associate art, film, and music with our national parks, so through our partnership with Hit Record we are opening people’s eyes to all that a park can be,” said National Park Foundation president Will Shafroth. “And not only that, we’re also helping people discover all the different ways they can help support our national parks. Whether it’s a T-shirt or a coloring book, these new items will help more people connect with parks.”

The project was developed as a partnership between the National Park Foundation and Grey New York. Launched in March 2015, Find Your Park/Encuentra Tu Parque is a public awareness and education movement to inspire people to discover and support America’s national parks and community-based programs.

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