Uniqlo and Barry McGee work in partnership to create a collection full of seasonal pieces adorned with the San Francisco-based graffiti and paint artist's work. This marks the Japanese imprint label's latest collaborative UT project following its streak this season. The highlighting visual is without a doubt McGee's illustrations, boasting both subtle and playful aesthetics. The spotlight hits the artist's popular motifs including the 'sad-sack bum' that sees itself across the collection of men's tees and tote bags.
McGee draws a strong inspiration from modern urban culture, street art, and his peers as well. He is recognized for his loud geometric artwork and it translates into the new Uniqlo and Barry McGee collection. The collection is now available for purchase online and in-store at Uniqlo.
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