Shirts That Rise to the Occasion

June 7, 2011 at 9:48 am Leave a comment

Japanizmo has a new online store called “RiseUp Japan,” where we’ll feature cool products created by amazing Japanese artists. Sale proceeds will be donated to Japanese charity organizations to help survivors of the Northern Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

Our featured artist is Ichiro Kumiji, whose calligraphy has been seen on Namco Bandai video games, Hollywood event merchandise for Sho Kosugi, and gallery exhibits throughout Japan.

Kumiji’s brush strokes are a thing of beauty. For anyone who has ever tried maneuvering a Japanese calligraphy brush, you’ll know it takes focus and a deft hand to pour raw feelings onto the paper. With a single stroke, Kumiji can convey both joy and heartache, sadness and love.

riseup japan t-shirt
The Hiroshima native has teamed up with Japanizmo to create this special T-shirt line, “RiseUp Japan.” Shirts comes in several sizes and in an array of 16 colors. There’s also organic T’s and women’s T’s specially tailored for slimmer curves. To buy your shirt, click here. ($25.99-$28.99)


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