The Kaiju Are Coming
Kaiju (怪獣 kaijū) is a Japanese word that literally translates to “strange creature”. However, the word Kaiju has been universally translated into English as “monster” or “giant monster” and refers to science fiction films from Japan featuring unnatural creatures of immense size. Kaiju films usually showcase Kaiju of any form attacking a major Japanese city or engaging another (or multiple) Kaiju in battle. – Wikipedia
The sun’s ever shining and the city better watch out: the Hari Kari summer collection is finally upon us. Featuring five fierce new designs on three t-shirts and two tank tops, the summer is heating up and the style’s dropping soon. We are now accepting orders for our new Kaiju-inspired drop, consisting of the tye-dye “Cotton Candy,” tee, our Kaiju-collaged “Bubble Gum,” and “Big Bang,” and two shirts by collaborating artist, Estevan Sanchez, “Train Wreck,” and “Orange Crush.”
The shirts are shipping real soon. It’s not too late to reserve yours today.