“Mosaic art made by coloring, cutting, and pasting recycled paper”
A T-shirt with a demon-like character that has a big impact.
The entire work of art by the remarkable illustrator, Ken Hamaguchi, is printed on it.
This extremely detailed mosaic art was created by hand by coloring paper, cutting it into 1cm squares, and assembling them.
Printed on the back is the 1997 autobiography title, "WALK ON THE WILD SIDE," and its excerpt, "Don't let other people decide who you are."
Made with 10.2 ounces of ultra-thick cotton and 2.2mm thick ribs that won’t get lost in the fabric.
The collar is double-stitched and sturdy.
It has a gentle shoulder line and is a looser fitting garment with extra width and space in the armholes.
Once dyed, the fabric is pre-washed, so it is both thick and soft.
Enhance the vintage look and feel with every wash.
[Ken Hamaguchi: profile]
Ken Hamaguchi graduated from Tama Art University in 1997 with a degree in Japanese Painting.
While focusing on illustration, he made his debut as an artist at his solo exhibition, "Black, scriptures, others" (at Takahashi Collection Kagurazaka), and uses mostly music, pop culture, and subcultures as motifs in his work.
Recent exhibitions include, "The Insides of Television?” (WISH LESS Gallery, Tokyo 2021), "Eight Views of Tokyo" (un petit GARAGE, Tokyo), and "PICK YOUR GOD 2020" (WISH LESS Gallery, Tokyo).
Wearing Size XL