Tetsunori

Original Silkscreen Art Shop

Tokyo, Japan
| 9,232 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

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Announcement    Strange and unique silkscreen T-shirts from the dawn of Tokyo.
Every items are designed by Tetsunori Tawaraya.

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Last updated on Mar 8, 2021

Strange and unique silkscreen T-shirts from the dawn of Tokyo.
Every items are designed by Tetsunori Tawaraya.

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About Tetsunori

Sales 9,232
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Tetsunori Tawaraya Biography

TETSUNORI TAWARAYA is a Japanese musician and artist, known as the guitarist and vocalist for the noise punk band 2up and for his graphic art. Tawaraya is originally from Miyagi, currently based in Tokyo, Japan. He started drawing portraits of people and musicians in San Diego, CA in the late 1990s, and prolifically created sci-fi/experimental graphic novels. His San Diego-based band Dmonstrations was active and toured until 2007 besides 2up. His grotesque and vibrant perspective has been appreciated over generations. He works with publishers such as Colour Code, Hollow Press, and Le Dernier Cri to release books with screen printing, and risograph. Brain Dead, Element, NTS Radio, RVCA, Volcom respectively collaborated, and his works have being active in multiple platforms.

Shop members

  • Tetsunori Tawaraya

    Owner

    Tetsunori is an artist/musician based in Tokyo. He makes unique products with silkscreen. http://tetsunoritawaraya.com/

Production partners

  • Le Dernier Cri

    Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

    Le Dernier Cri is a professional silkscreen team in the south of France.

  • Pintrill

    Brooklyn, NY

    Pin maker in Brooklyn

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