Cotton embroidered patch from RUTSUBO & MHAK as MASAHIRO AKUTAGAWA collaboration.
[MHAK as MASAHIRO AKUTAGAWA]
Born in 1981 in Aizu Wakamatsu, Japan.
Influenced by furniture and interior design, his paintings and murals are designed to “cohabit” with interior design.His work, in search of the abstract, are divided into multiple overlapping curves, due to the need to marry to the environments for which they are created.
His unique style decorates the walls and the furniture of private residences,Hair salon and hotels, while his work on wood panels were exposed to his first solo show in Portland as well as in various exhibitions in Japan and abroad, in New York, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Melbourne, Sydney and Milano.
Mhak also works with LEVIS,NIKE and other street brands both Japanese and international, multi-purpose in expressing his unique vision of the world.
RUTSUBO, literally meaning of melting pot in Japanese, creates products while integrating a variety of artists with Japanese cultures.
Setting the theme of the brand as "Japanese craftsmanship to the world", RUTSUBO has produced items without specializing in a specific genre.