The lineup of Hawaiian shirts consists of a series of prints of old Japanese paintings, mythological gods as well as crocodile and tiger patterns. Spotlighting the assemblage is a shirt emblazoned with the depiction of a Japanese kami engulfed in a blazing fire. The shirt comes in both black and white, detailed with two distinct variations of the portrait. Another standout piece is a shirt that’s decorated with a collage of old paintings — scenes of Japanese folklore are etched under bright tints of either cyan or hot pink. Other offerings include a white shirt stamped with tiger motifs as well as crocodile-patterned short-sleeves, coming in hues of red, yellow and purple.
Wacko Maria’s latest Hawaiian shirts are currently available on wackomaria-paradisetokyo.jp ranging from $250 USD – $360 USD.
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