BE@RBRICK Karimoku x Fragment Design 400% figure

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  • Be@rbrick figure
  • Karimoku and Fragment Design collaboration
  • 400%
  • Height 28cm
Product Code: 8382691
Ref: 241-3005964-4530956580111

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Be@rbrick joins forces with both Karimoku and Hiroshi Fujiwara to create this pot-bellied figure. With the artisanal furniture brand and the mind behind Fragment Design (aka the Godfather of streetwear) at the helm, the result is an eclectically contemporary creation made with meticulous attention to detail. Inspired by a longitudinal chess board, the figure is made from stacking different types of wood in a checker pattern, and carving it into a geometric surface.

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