Bad Bunny Painted a Christmas Landscape & You Can Buy it on a Postcard for Charity

Lead Photo: Photo by David Becker. Getty Images
Photo by David Becker. Getty Images
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Bad Bunny is giving the people something they didn’t even know they needed this holiday season: A Christmas postcard with original artwork that looks like it was designed by a kindergartener — but we’re not mad at it. Bad Bunny named his creation “Navidad X 100PRE,” and it features Los Reyes on a boat in the middle of the ocean, flanked by palm trees strung up with Christmas lights (of course). The best news? If you live in Puerto Rico, you can buy your own reproduction of the painting on postcards sold at Pollo Tropical, Krispy Kreme, Church’s Chicken, and Baskin-Robbins across the island.

If loving Conejo Malo isn’t enough reason to buy, know that he painted his ~masterpiece~ for charity. All proceeds from the postcards will go toward Puerto Rico’s Instituto Psicopedagógico, which has housed and provided services to youth and young adults with intellectual disabilities since 1949. The cost to purchase the postcard is only $1.00, and every dollar will go toward supporting the 120+ people who live at the Institute.

“The best way to celebrate Christmas is to lend a hand to those who need it. I want to be there for my people, just as they have been there for me, and give them the happiness they deserve so much,” Bad Bunny shared in a press release.

“I invite all of you this Christmas to be part of this good movement and support the Instituto Psicopedagógico of P.R,” he added. We can’t think of a better way to show love to Bad Bunny and a good cause.