Just in time for Beijing Design Week, Plastered T-Shirts has opened a second store in 798 Art District. Not only will you be able to pick up tees from the new collection there, but you can browse punchy artwork for their upcoming exhbition, which features Beijing's iconic llama, known in this case as "The Motherf***er", who has been reincarnated as a comic book beast. Illustrations depict him raiding Beijing's "evil corporate capital, the CBD" (hey, they said it, not us).

The front page artwork is part of their latest men's and women's t-shirt design, available at the new store and on their Taobao shop.  

Beijing Design Week is September 26 to October 3 this year, but you'll be able to check out their space before then. See below for a map.

Plastered T-Shirts
Daily 10pm-7pm. Yishu Zhongyi Jie (across from UCCA), 798 Art Zone, No.4 Jiuxianqiao Rd., Chaoyang District (5762 6146)
朝阳区酒仙桥路4号798艺术区中一街(UCCA当代艺术中心对面)

Photos courtesy of Plastered T-Shirts


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