Every year, Japanese apparel brand COMME des GARÇONS features an artist in its marketing materials. For 2013, they’ve chosen Katsuhiro Otomo, the creator of AKIRA, Steam Boy, and other manga masterpieces. From October 11th, at COMME in Aoyama, Ginza, Osaka, and Kyoto, storefronts feature Otomo’s art. Photo Source: COMME des GARÇONS Blog Also, beginning this January, COMME des GARÇONS has been using Otomo’s artwork in their direct mails/pamphlets.
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