For this year's Shenzhen Biennale, Los Angeles based design group Ball-Nogues Studio have come up with a full-scale installation using 10,000 AA shirts.

Sure American Apparel has always considered it's Tees art– but now the artists themselves have begun to use them as a medium. For this year's Shenzhen Biennale, Los Angeles based design group Ball-Nogues Studio have come up with a full-scale installation using 10,000 AA shirts. The result is something one part Cristo, one part pure downtown LA.

[via Fubiz]

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