As Maharishi’s most infantile collection, MHI tackles the issues of over-mechanization and its
In addition to being among the forefront leaders in bringing camouflage to the world of
In their newest drop, MHI brings forth some new tee designs complimented by an intricately
Legendary graffiti artist Mode2 and MHI are at it again as they build on the momentum seen last
Here’s a comprehensive look at MHI’s “No Future” collection for 2008 spring/summer. Spanning t-shirts, jackets and caps among other things. A visible difference can be seen applied to the jackets relative to the tees. The jackets are much more minimalistic in their stylings while the t-shirts possess a more visually eye-catching appeal. Special collaboration items for this collection include New York crew IRAK, graffiti artist MODE2 and a jacket with Surrender. A whole range of items can be seen over at Haven.
A new series of jackets from MHI have released. Uncharacteristic of MHI, the secondary line of maharishi is often considered busier with its liberal use of graphics and embroideries, which is unseen across the four jackets. The technical side of things are covered by both the Blade Hood and Blade Short jacket while some more basic offerings feature the Airtex hoodie. Available now at hanon shop.
Designer Michael Lau has teamed up with Maharishi aka. MHI to create these DJ Panda and Pascagoula Gardener MHI edition figures. Both figures feature the a colorway that is often used by Maharishi, green and orange. The DJ Panda figure is 16CM tall while the Pascagoula figure is 13CM tall. Now available at Artoyz for 65 Euros.
Maharishi from the UK which is headed by Hardy Blechman has been around for quite a while. Here are some new items from Maharishi and its sub label MHI. The camera around the neck t-shirt has been done many times but here is Maharishi’s take on it. New items also include a Maharishi Rat tee and a MHI Ray Ban zip up hoodie. They are available now at We Sold Out.
Andrew Brandou and Dr. Romanelli represent two Los Angeles based artists at the creative forefront of reinspired designs. This latest Surgical Strike collection is a mix of clothing and paintings each incorporating a military inspired theme. The concept behind this project is Dr. Romanelli’s personal fascination with vintage military apparel. This collection includes Romanelli’s trademark customized apparel which extend far beyond the original military aesthetic and incorporate a higher-end feel and execution. Andrew Brandou has contributed a series of paintings based off of the works of wildlife artist John James Audubon. These pieces will debut on November 22nd at Maharishi.
Wahl has had a long heritage in making hair grooming products. Started in 1911 by Leo J. Wahl, the company makes various grooming products such as trimmers and shavers. MHI has recently worked with Wahl on a set of luxury clippers. The set includes professional quality clippers and a waterproof barber cape both embossed with DPM: MHI Sikh camouflage pattern. Available now at dpmhi.com for 100 GBP.