Hiroshi Fujiwara's GOODENOUGH Label Unveils a Pair Of "Karl Marx on Acid" Shirts

An original art poster from artist Frank Kozik.

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Originally commissioned as a poster print for Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s GOODENOUGH label, Spanish artist Frank Kozik thought about creating a piece centered around famed Prussian-born intellect Karl Marx, dubbed “Karl Marx on Acid.” With GOODENOUGH initiating its relaunch into mainstream fashion just last year, the brand has been hard at work building up its catalog — releasing a steady stream of classic items and new creations. Kozik’s imaginative rendering undergoes a T-shirt transformation — offered in either a black or white option. Retailing for a price of $86 USD, both shirts are up for grabs now at such retailers as SPREADINC Store.

In other merch news, Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. pop-up shop kicked off this past weekend at Black Market USA.

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