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Following a series of previews regarding this upcoming capsule, here’s an extensive work involving Los Angeles-based artist Jun Cha and his work for The Hundreds. The collection embodies Cha’s signature style as taught by some of the California’s masters. The product lineup includes apparel, headwear, keychains and skatedecks, all of which are release this Friday.
The Hundreds is happy to announce a collaboration with L.A.-based artist Jun Cha on a series of T-shirts, fleece, hats, and accessories. The new range of products will be unveiled later this week at both The Hundreds LA and The Hundreds SF. The project also coincides with Jun’s solo exhibition at Canvas Los Angeles Gallery, which opens on Friday night. Having studied under black & grey tattoo masters including Baby Ray, Jack Ruby, and Mr. Cartoon, Jun Cha has quickly established a name for himself in the global tattoo community. But he is also a dedicated fine artist, an oil painter, as well as having produced most of his graphics for this project using charcoals. The collaborative project was inspired by the people of Los Angeles, depicting the innocent women & children left behind in the ruins of a city destroyed by corrupt fat cats. Additional artwork includes Jun’s original typography, his take on the Adam Bomb logo motif, urban decay, and apocalyptic cityscapes.
Available this Friday at the THLA and THSF stores.