Art for Your Home: Haroshi x Karimoku BE@RBRICK, UNDERCOVER Embroidered Pillows and More
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Art for Your Home: Haroshi x Karimoku BE@RBRICK, UNDERCOVER Embroidered Pillows and More

Including a light sculpture by Dutch artist duo, DRIFT.

Haroshi and Karimoku to Release Special Medicom Toy BE@RBRICK
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Haroshi and Karimoku to Release Special Medicom Toy BE@RBRICK

Arriving in a 400% size.

Haroshi's Sculptural Fire Hydrant Is Transformed Into New Collection
Fashion

Haroshi's Sculptural Fire Hydrant Is Transformed Into New Collection

With the help of Cali Thornhill DeWitt’s SAINT MICHAEL and Yuta Hosokawa of READYMADE.

Haroshi Sculpts Large-Scale Bronze Fire Hydrant for Tokyo Show
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Haroshi Sculpts Large-Scale Bronze Fire Hydrant for Tokyo Show

To go on display at NANZUKA 2G.

Artists Launch Initiatives to Benefit Black Lives Matter and Justice Organizations
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Artists Launch Initiatives to Benefit Black Lives Matter and Justice Organizations

Including Christopher Martin’s limited edition prints and HUF benefit T-shirts.


HUF and Haroshi's Release Celebrates a Powerful Symbol of Unity and Justice
Fashion 

HUF and Haroshi's Release Celebrates a Powerful Symbol of Unity and Justice

With 100 of the proceeds going to Black Lives Matter Los Angeles.

UNIQLO Celebrates 13 Contemporary Japanese Artists With UT NEO-MIYAGE Collection
Fashion

UNIQLO Celebrates 13 Contemporary Japanese Artists With UT NEO-MIYAGE Collection

Featuring works by Keiichi Tanaami, Hajime Sorayama and more.

sacai Links up With Haroshi for Tokyo-Exclusive Duffle Coat
Fashion

sacai Links up With Haroshi for Tokyo-Exclusive Duffle Coat

Inspired by Royal Navy coats from WWII.

These Are the Best Artworks Releasing This Week
Art 

These Are the Best Artworks Releasing This Week

Steven Harrington’s ‘Quasimoto’ figure for MADGIBBS, Haroshi x Karimoku BE@RBRICK and more.

This Medicom Toy BE@RBRICK Figure Was Made with Discarded Skate Decks
Art

This Medicom Toy BE@RBRICK Figure Was Made with Discarded Skate Decks

A fitting collab between Japanese creatives Haroshi and Karimoku.

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