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Dec 14th EVENT: This is Not a T-Shirt

Dec 14th EVENT: This is Not a T-Shirt

Bobby Hundreds + Olympia Auset

Reparations Club
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WHO & WHAT: An IRL Talk + Book Signing w/ illustrator, documentarian, designer, and writer Bobby Hundreds in conversation with founder of Süprmarkt, a low cost community grocer, Olympia Auset about Hundreds' memoir This is Not a T-Shirt.



DISCUSSION (RSVP-only): Tuesday, December 14th, 2021 @ 6pm PST (Doors at 5:30pm PST)

SIGNING (RSVP-encouraged)Tuesday, December 14th, 2021 @ 7pm PST


WHERE: LIVE! IRL! In-Person! (mask required, reduced capacity) at Rep Club in Los Angeles (3054 S. Victoria Ave LA, CA 90016) 


COVID REQUIREMENTS: In the interest of our guests' safety, we are requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72-hours to be admitted. THERE WILL BE NO COVID TESTING ONSITE; please make appropriate arrangements for your own testing prior to the event.



Reserve an IRL Ticket  which includes entry to the discussion and first access for the following signing. This ticket is first-come, first-served. Limited quantities available.

Signed Shipped Copy which guarantees a signed hardcover of This is Not a T-Shirt for shipping only. 

IRL Ticket *WAITLIST* which grants access to the talk + discussion in the case of cancellations. This ticket will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis and does NOT guarantee entry.


**Please note, only books purchased in store will be signed.**



Please email us if you have any additional needs or accessibility concerns.


Bobby Kim, also known as Bobby Hundreds, is an illustrator, documentarian, designer, and writer. In 2003, he co-founded The Hundreds, a global men's streetwear brand and editorial platform, with Ben Shenassafar and a few hundred bucks. The two are also partners in Second Sons, a brand development group that incubates, structures, and facilitates other small businesses. Bobby lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons. He also feels like notes about the author are redundant for memoirs.

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