Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama and his iconic retro-futuristic illustrations have become world famous over the course of his 40-year career. Now the sci-fi-themed graphics are the subject of a new pop-up space and capsule collaboration with HBX. The collection is set to launch at CLUB SORAYAMA, the latest pop-up space from HBX and LANDMARK, with the space itself tying into Sorayama’s signature aesthetic, featuring a lounge that will showcase curated displays of his work along with a life-sized iconic robot, lights and scent sensations.
The capsule features specially-designed pieces, such as T-shirts, pullovers and even Hawaiian shirt. Away from apparel, the collaboration will also include a range of limited-edition goods and accessories. Along with the Hajime Sorayama x HBX collection, apparel and jewelry collaborations with Richardson Magazine and Maison Raksha are also set to launch at the pop-up.
For more information on the CLUB SORAYAMA project, head over to HBX. If you want to know more about the artist, read our interview with him from the most recent issue of HYPEBEAST Magazine.
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