Nicolas Cage, Brad Pitt

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Brad Pitt is making a new fashion statement.

Over the weekend, the father of six was snapped wearing a white T-shirt with a childlike doodle of what appears to be he and fiancée Angelina Jolie holding hands, as he casually made his way through LAX with his ladylove and their brood.

The adorable shirt was allegedly drawn by the couple's 5-year-old daughter, Vivienne. The proud papa complemented his unique tee with a beige jacket, khaki pants and a straw hat.

Brad Pitt

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Creativity certainly runs in the family. The 39-year-old Maleficent actress gushed to People last month about her kids' homemade Mother's Day gifts.

"Brad's really creative with the kids, so they made a bunch of things like pillows and notebooks," she said. "Knoxy made me a picture of Maleficent that they made into a ring. I loved Goofy when I was little. So, Pax drew me a Goofy shirt. I wore that with a crown Vivienne found for me."

Nicolas Cage


Meanwhile, Ghost Rider actor Nicolas Cage sported a tee with his own face on it to the Guns N' Roses concert in Las Vegas on Saturday. The band posted a pic of the star on Instagram after the show at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

In the shot, the 50-year-old poses next to Andrew Dice Clay wearing a cowboy hat, blue blazer, beaded necklaces and the white T-shirt, with the image inspired by a scene in 1988's Vampire's Kiss.

But Cage is not the first person to don clothing with his likeness. Several weeks ago, former child star Macaulay Culkin tweeted a photo in a shirt with a picture of Ryan Gosling on it, as he wore a shirt with a picture of him. Get it?

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