A limited store X-Closet located in the basement of X-girl store in the Cat-street, Harajuku started a new exhibition by Osaka-based artist Buggy on February 1st. X-Closet was opened by Kentaro Teruya (B’s INTERNATIONAL) and others, and is colorfully decorated by Stylist LINDA. The reception party welcomed Buggy, many models and talents including Mr. SHINGHA (SHINGHA BEER) and Kenji Kohashi (BIG BOYs). Buggy’s avant-garde art perfectly matches the atmosphere of X-Closet, where unique items are displayed. Among portraits of overseas celebrities, you can find the faces of the main organizers of X-Closet, Teruya, Stylist Masahiro Ogura, and Photographer Keiichi Nitta.
※Closed on Thursdays
4–25-28 B1F, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (post code:150-0001) TEL: 03-5772-2290
Established the design unit buggy, in 2002 after graduating from an design college, and started worked for an design company. Entered the FM802 Art Audition in 2003. Participated in FUNKY802BSTREET ART EXHIBITION #8 at digmeout CAFE, Minami-horie, Osaka in 2002. He is credited with editorial design for magazine STUDIO VOICE, COMPOSITE, DAZED & CONFUSED JAPAN, the CD cover design for Keyco’s album, the Moon and the Sun, visual design for the compilation album “?home party!!” ?, and the flyer design for Asia Sun Rise. Entered the FM802 Art Audition in 1997. Participated in FUNKY802BSTREET ART EXHIBITION#3 in at Shinsaibashi Sony Tower in Osaka.