Forty Percents Against Rights, a Japanese streetwear brand created by the masterminds behind WTAPS, just unveiled a new drop available online now. 

FPAR has had the "message tee" game on lock since its appearance on the Ura-Harajuku streetwear scene during the mid 2000s. Old favorites, such as the "Media Guerilla" and "Forty Percents Against Fuckin' Rights" logos, make a return. T-shirts, hoodies, and tote bags also get a few new graphics and text in the brand's recognizable fonts. Nothing is safe from the brand's pursuit to get its messages of anarchy and revolution across. Even kids' clothing and bibs are in the mix.

Check out more from the catalog over at FPAR's official site. Most items sell out almost instantly over in Tokyo, so you better get that Japan connect to secure your favorite piece before it's too late. 

[via FPAR]