Hugely popular eyewear label SUPER have teamed up with legendary Japanese experimental artist Keiichi Tanaami to complete an impressive limited edition run of sunglasses that are being released just in time for Spring. Regarded as the first Japanese artist to fully embrace contemporary American culture, Tanaami spent time at Andy Warhol’s Factory as well as a small stint as art director of the Japanese edition of Playboy Magazine and would go on to design iconic record sleeves for giants such as The Monkees and Jefferson Airplane. His instantly recognizable kitsch and fuses elements of psychedelic culture and pop art and has been a huge influence on a slew of contemporary Japanese artists. The collection includes three classic Super silhouettes – the America, Paloma and Ciccio – all with Tanaami art work plastered on the interior of the frames.
The frames are available now from Goodhood, both in store and online.
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