Get reSITE's Designer Tees and More

Our lovable #reSITE products are available at DOX, Prague.

Grab some of reSITE's custom-designed gear to wear: designer socks, t-shirts for ladies, men and kids, and elegant pins. Human-heart shaped lightbulbs are also easy to come by at the Bendox Bookstore located in DOX Center for Contemporary Art in Prague. Not only you will look stylish or embelish your interior but your purchase will make you feel good. The income supports our activities.

Not from Prague? Order a delivery at bendoxbooks@gmail.com.

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