PITTSBURGH — An Ohio artist got the opportunity of a lifetime when pop star Ed Sheeran asked him to create a Mac Miller tribute shirt.
Todd Ronci, an Art Institute of Pittsburgh alum, got the request last minute, but jumped at the opportunity.
“I ran home, put it together, sent it to [the printer], long story short,” he said. “Got it, my son and I drove it down to Pittsburgh.”
Sheeran wore the shirt during his show at PNC Park Saturday night, and as a thank you he gave Ronci and his son tickets.
Ronci is now selling the shirt and some of the money will go to Mac Miller's Circles Fund.
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