Bobby Kim, co-founder and COO of Los Angeles based streetwear brand The Hundreds, has released 11 pieces of self-created artwork in response to the happenings in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The artwork purveys a strong anti-Nazi and anti-racism stance, depicted through graphic works and text play-on-words such as “NOT OKKK” and “ALT WRONG.” Take a look at Kim’s free downloadable artwork below:
If you could only see my computer desktop right now and all the Nazi filth I had to dig up to work on these graphics. It looks like the kid’s bedroom in American History X. I’m definitely on some FBI watch list now. I’m giving you all this art for free. The raw, hi-res files are downloadable in my bio. Yes, you have permission to print your own T-shirts or signs. If you are attending a counter-protest this weekend, please stay safe and alert. I wish we could work together on something else this year instead of re-hashing all this tired, racist BS. Imagine all we could accomplish in 2017 if we could focus on the future. Like avocado-flavored toast (kill 2 birds with 1 stone) or Mute button for Instagram (please). I can’t even get excited for the new Star Wars movie, this totally sucks.
Kim is a well-known civil rights advocate, and has essentially built his streetwear empire based on strong political, social, and economic stances which he promotes through his clothing.
So go ahead, download the artwork and take a stance against the egregious assholes that walk this Earth. And, shoutout to Bobby Kim for doing the world a selfless good deed.