JapanLA hosts Martin Hsu until January 13

8:00 AM on 12.18.2012 // Natalie Kipper

The pop-up shop and gallery opened this weekend

Martin Hsu (who's Crabby Bear plush was recently featured here) began his pop-up shop/gallery, dubbed "The Hsu Store," at JapanLA over this past weekend. The show will be available for viewing (and purchasing) until January 13th. On display will be t-shirts, prints, and books, all with Martin's whimsical designs. Expect to see the likes of Dragon Boy and the Crackens family in artsy form. You can see some of Martin's prints here and here (not all of these may be available at JapanLA). 

More information about the event can be found at the Facebook event page (you can RSVP there as well). Any fan of dreamy, Asian-flavored art living in the Los Angeles area would be silly to miss this gathering of awesomeness. 

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