Ships January 3, 2022
This limited-edition is a facsimile reproduction of a Godzilla t-shirt created and designed in 1993 by Stefani Mar, Helen Oji, Tony Wong, and Charles Yuen. It’s being produced by Primary Information to celebrate the recent publication of Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network 1990-2001, which was edited by Howie Chen.
Shirts are only available on a made-to-order basis with a limited window for pre-orders. If you’d like to purchase this edition, please order before 6:00 pm on Friday, December 10. After this date, all orders will be closed and the edition will no longer be available. All orders will ship on or before January 3.
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The collective known as Godzilla: Asian American Art Network was formed in 1990 to support the production of critical discourse around Asian American art and increase the visibility of Asian American artists, curators, and writers, who were negotiating a historically exclusionary society and art world. Founded by Ken Chu, Bing Lee, and Margo Machida, Godzilla produced exhibitions, publications, and community collaborations that sought to stimulate social change through art and advocacy. For more than a decade, the diasporic group, having grown from a local organization into a nationwide network, confronted institutional racism, Western imperialism, anti-Asian violence, the AIDS crisis, and representations of Asian sexuality and gender, among other urgent issues.
Designers: Stefani Mar, Helen Oji, Tony Wong, and Charles Yuen
Managing Designer (2021): William Bahan
Printer: Flying Saucer Press