©Erik Parker ©Hajime Sorayama ©Haroshi ©Harumi Yamaguchi ©Hiroki Tsukuda ©Javier Calleja ©Julia Chiang ©Katherine Bernhardt ©Keiichi Tanaami ©Oliver Payne ©Todd James ©TOKYO TOWER ©TOKYO-SKYTREE ©YOSHIROTTEN ©Yuichi Yokoyama Courtesy of Nanzuka
NANZUKA is pleased to announce its collaboration with a global apparel retailer UNIQLO, that launches the second of two NEO-MIYAGE UT (UNIQLO T-shirt) collections on April 6. Offering an array of authentic pop culture and art graphics that expresses the individuality of the wearers.
Second collection: Erik Parker, Hajime Sorayama, Julia Chiang, Katherine Bernhardt, Oliver Payne and Todd James
Dates: April 6, 2020
Distribution: MEN’S UTs 6 patterns
Price: 1,500 JPY + tax
Stores: All the Uniqlo Stores in Japan, Uniqlo online store.
*Some of the patterns are only available at a part of the stores, and Uniqlo online stores.
Due to the impact of “COVID-19”, the launch schedule in each country will differ. For the details, please check it at the following websites.
Launch schedule (As of April 3)
United State Apr.13〜
Hong Kong Apr.6〜
Thailand May 18〜
Hawaii June 19〜
is known as one of the representative artists from the street art scene. In the graffiti scene, he is also known by his tag name REAS and has had an enormous effect on people of his generation around the world. Since 2000, his fame spread into the formal art scene. The exhibition at the Venice Biennale in 2001, stirred up a worldwide sensation.
leverages a range of materials to craft three-dimensional works, installations, paintings, and mixed media, and exhibits her work extensively around the world. In 2012, she was listed as one of “100 Artists to Watch.” Her design for the collection is a spotted TOKYO logo.
quickly gained prominence for his participation in an exhibition that took place in conjunction with MoMA PS1 in 2000 ̶ holding exhibitions in numbers of museums around the world ever since.
works usually develop on a large canvas or across a large wall as a nexus of cartoon characters, exceptionally bright colors, global pop culture, and street culture. Her works have been presented in many museums around world.
began working as a collaborative art duo in the late 1990s, creating artworks based on street culture. They have had an extraordinarily bright career as a young artist. Since 2009, Payne works as a solo artist and has been creating work around the subject of Japanese subcultures.
has become a legendary artist worldwide in depicting the beauty of human-like machinery. He also earned renown for his design work on the original Sony AIBO and for the album cover that he created for American rock band Aerosmith.
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