Virgil Abloh takes its back to the days of Nom de Guerre in his latest collaborative drop with Devon Turnbull. Tapping the NdG co-founder and graffiti artist, the two imprints explore Turnbull’s passion as an audiophile and his expertise in hi-fi equipment — intersecting his past days with fashion and coming back into the fold with his OJAS speaker brand.
While Turnbull recognizes its been well over a decade since his last T-shirt release, the artist/engineer/crafter shows he’s still got it when it comes to design and graphics. This canary—yellow drop sees a SET power amp (co-developed in Japan with an associate of Isamu Asano), a bookshelf speaker kit (JBL 328c 8″), a portable 15w Class D amp, audio cables, and a collection of five graphic tees.
Audio enthusiasts looking for more a retro/industrial-styled set up that is minimal, and delivers a warm sound that’s been developed by Turnbull for two decades, can order the SET amp ($6,000 USD). Those looking for something more portable for home office use can opt for the Class D 15w amp ($450 USD). And for those just happy to see Turnbull back in his old ways, the tees can be purchased for $65 USD a piece over at canary—yellow.
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in another era of New York City there was a wall of graphic tees underneath the Swatch store at Nom de Guerre on Broadway that changed my understanding of what a graphic tee could be… let alone a shop itself. it took like 10 years to find him but @devonojas and i have become nerd-out design-audiophile friends. him @isasaalabi did a ?.?. season one project. i opened up [Canary Yellow Department Store] @canary____yellow to support friends projects that fall just outside pure fashion jazz. check out what he’s up to today and a couple things we made together coming soon ~ available in on hour ~ link in bio
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