WACKO MARIA’s Hawaiian Shirt with Guro Japanese Prints

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The Japanese artistic movement of guro (グロ) has both displeased and delighted art lovers since its inception in the late Edo and Meiji periods. With initial beginnings in muzan-e (ムサンエ) and yūrei-zu (ユレイズ), guro features bizzare portrayals of the grotesque with vivid colours and ambiguous situations. WACKO MARIA’s designs are typically aligned with the guro movement, and its latest long sleeve Hawaiian shirt is the epitome of this relationship. Throughout the lightweight lyocell are prints from classic muzan-e and yūrei-zu paintings. Finished with wooden buttons, a single patch pocket and collar loop closure, this shirt is sure to garner curious attention. Discover this, and more from WACKO MARIA, available at HAVEN.

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