Inspired Packaging for Shadowshop @ sfmoma

Playing on the '70s rock band theme: LP-style packaging

T-shirts folded around actual LP covers

with "evacuation tags" for "authenticity"

. . . based on a scan of an actual internee tag . . .

. . . a little branding on reverse . . .

tied to shirt via "Intergration Rockstar" pin.

Album covers and Intergration Rockstar pins are from SCRAP (Scrounger’s Center for Reusable Art Parts).  Not all t-shirts contain LP covers (although one does contain an actual LP record!); some are wrapped around shrink-wrapped New Age calendars from 2004, etc., basically whatever was available to fit.

And no hit album would be complete without a (removable!) sticker!

[The story behind the sticker here.]

Voila! T-shirt as LP record.

Perpetual FOREIGNER t-shirt on display at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, as part of Stephanie Syjuco‘s Shadowshop project, ongoing through May 1, 2011.

2 Responses to “Inspired Packaging for Shadowshop @ sfmoma”


  1. 1 valeriesoe November 30, 2010 at 10:14 am

    Awesome! As a refugee from the 70s I appreciate the details.


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