Andy Warhol Kappa Banana · Artist: Utagawa Yoshikazu
Maharishi continue their exploration of duality, mixing classical Eastern and contemporary Western art styles, in this case 20th Century U.S. pop art and Japanese Edo Period Ukiyo-e woodcut prints. Andy Warhol’s iconic banana is combined with a woodcut portrayal of a Kappa water demon by Utagawa Yoshikaza (1829-1899).
©/®/™ The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Translation: 94 · 21, MA-HA-RISHI, Pacifist.
- Hand machined embroidery
- Two front pockets with phone compartment
- Concealed zip side pocket with TPU puller
- Preformed leg for knee articulation
- Adjustable snocord waist and ankle hems
- Can convert to shorts or 3/4 length with Snobutton system
- Press snap rear pockets
Cotton Poplin · 100% Cotton
1960’s era U.S. Army cotton poplin, reproduced exclusively for Maharishi. This lightweight cloth was introduced when the U.S. were invited to advise in Vietnam, and required a lighter cloth suitable for tropical conditions.