【My Name Is】
A crew sweatshirt with an ukiyo-e-style graphic of an MC that broke through racial walls with his outstanding sense and technique.
A graphic made with respect for the legendary rapper who rose from rags to riches with only a microphone.
The graphic was done by Ken Hamaguchi, an artist known for his excellent skills and bold compositions.
Printed on the back is Mr. Abstract’s famous quote, “The clothes and look is just a selfish philosophy, really the clothes don’t make a man,” along with APPLEBUM’s logo and philosophy.
Made with 12 ounces of thick brushed fabric, making it tough and giving it a rough texture.
The fabric of the side panels is turned so that it doesn’t lose its shape, it gets tougher with every wash, and you can enjoy its unique look, feel, and aging the more you wear it.
It has a looser, vintage-like fit, and the sleeves are the perfect level of loose.
Enjoy a rougher looking style with its baggier size.
Wearing Size XL
[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).