【MAISON SPECIAL × HERALBONY Vol.3】
With the popularity of the two collaborations, MAISON SPECIAL✖︎HERALBONY has come together for the third time. This time, four types of art T-shirts featuring works drawn byGAKU have been introduced.
We hope you enjoy the experience of wearing a unique piece of art.
●A jersey cut-and-sew with a slightly firm and solid material.
● The silhouette is moderately oversized, so you can wear it alone without feeling like you're wearing too much innerwear. (Please see SIZE GUIDE at the bottom of the page for the size)
Born in 2001. Lives in Kawasaki.
Born with autism with intellectual disability, moved to the U.S. at the age of 4 to seek therapy. Returned to Japan in 2015. In 2015, he returned to Japan and began attending Nobel High School, which is run by IM (a welfare facility for the developmentally disabled) that his father started in Kawasaki. He has a unique and special worldview that does not involve language.
Even now, at the age of 19, he can communicate at the level of a second grader, but he has demonstrated special abilities in areas beyond language. He finds his power of expression in the world of the right brain alone, which excludes the left brain. His works are extremely intuitive and emit vibrations as if power is being seared from an external dimension. While modern people are exhausted by the cramped common sense and rules of the world, his intuitive and free expression asks us, "What is the real obstacle? His intuitive and free expression asks us, "What is a real disability?
MAISON SPECIAL" is an apparel brand that offers high-quality clothing with "SPECIAL" as its STANDARD.
The collaboration came about because of the overlap between HERALBONY's desire to contribute to people with disabilities not through volunteering or aid, but through sustainable business, and the desire of the founder of MAISON SPECIAL.
We are challenging ourselves to 'make clothes that convey our thoughts'.
By providing a new and valuable experience of wearing unique art created by artists with disabilities, we aim to change society's perception of the value of disability.
A part of this collaboration item will also be given back to the artist.