FRANK151 Japan and Stüssy Japan have collaborated with 20 artists for a special collection of ice-cold tees called Cult Club.
Each of Cult Club’s ten shirts come in either black or white and feature a graphic collectively designed by two out of the overall 20 collaborators. The shirts will be released in two groups, with the first group now available in Stüssy Japan stores. The second group will be released July 9.
Some notable collaborators are Fool's Gold, ILL Studio, Estevan Oriol, Jamil GS, P.M. Ken and Patta by Vincent van de Waal.
Lyntaro Wajima, publisher of FRANK Japan, told us there was divine inspiration behind the collection. "Culture and religion are similar," he said. With collaborations being so frequent these days he wanted his to be of godly dopeness. That’s why Lyn hit up artists with "believers and followers like a real religious cult," hence the name Cult Club.
Best thing he told us? This collection is "like Wu-Tang Clan for the culture."
The t-shirt is the embodiment and visualization of the constant clash between culture and money...
We emphasize that, we eat it... In a sense we need it like food, but we decide in the end what we eat... Saying we always decide for what purpose we want the money... Culture over Money...
Stay tuned for more information.
in the meantime, check out the entire collection HERE