FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS (FPAR) was founded by Tetsu Nishiyama, in 1993. The label features bold text graphics and provocative slogans on its DIY-aesthetic silk-screen T-shirts to communicate its message. The name FPAR is based on a concept Sk8thing heard, that if an original artwork was modified by at least 40 percent, "the rights to that particular artwork don’t exist anymore”.
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