Cotton tees featuring a silkscreen print from the independent feature film, Revolution Launderette 『信念のメリーゴーランド』, by Singaporean filmmaking duo Mark Chua and Lam Li Shuen. The self-financed gonzo film was shot in Japan over two years and is an official selection of the 30th Singapore International Film Festival 2019. Proceeds from each tee will go to supporting the production costs of the film.

Every T-shirt purchase includes a free Cassette Tape + Digital Download of the film soundtrack album


In Tokyo, a young man caught in some bizarre happenings sets out to beat his existence to its next punchline. He finds himself drawn deeper into the stranger side of the city, where he gets more than he bargained for. Between the ecstatic, the bleak and the ordinary, the film is a meditation on the revolutions we will for and against, in hope and futility, on the merry go round of our convictions.

About Mark Chua and Lam Li Shuen

Mark Chua and Lam Li Shuen are filmmakers and musicians based in Singapore whose work explores the possibilities of resistance in the presentation and production of narrativity. Their directorial work with Emoumie includes independent narrative and documentary films, shot in Asia, Australasia and Europe. As part of their work with the moving image and sonic art, the duo has also presented works and performances in sound and film in Iceland, Japan, Australia and Singapore.

In 2018, their debut docu-fiction feature Cannonball premiered at the 29th Singapore International Film Festival. Their narrative shorts have also been screened at the Darwin International Film Festival (2019), Binisaya Film Festival (2019) and Freedom Film Festival (2017).

Find out more about the film:

BY Mark Chua and Lam Li Shuen
COUNTRY Singapore
YEAR 2019
DETAILS Silkscreen print, Gildan Softstyle, 100% Ringspun Cotton, Unisex

Available in S, M, and L sizes

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S size, M size

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