Virgil Abloh & Takashi Murakami Tease More Handmade T-Shirts

A look at things to come.

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Following up on the pair’s recent “HANDMADE” T-shirt, Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami once again pair up for collaborative screen-printed shirts, this time going big on a series of handmade items.

Murakami revealed on Instagram that Abloh visited his studio earlier on January 24, discussing future plans and getting to work on a series of screen-printed T-shirts. The blank tees received hand-printed imagery that blended Murakami’s signature style with Off-White™‘s recognizable logo. Murakami’s Instagram post not only shows off the substantial amount of shirts, but also reveals that Abloh himself handled the screen-printing process, for at least some of the shirts.

No release date or information has been revealed for the T-shirts yet, but expect them to arrive in line with the collaborative show at London’s Gagosian Gallery.

In related news, some of the week’s best new art and exhibits include KAWS and Jeff Koons‘ sculptures and Yoko Ono and Barbara Kruger designing covers for New York magazine.