This past Wednesday Billionaire Boys Club (BBC) teased another collaboration with the revered Japanese Pop artist Takashi Murakami. This is limited edition capsule is comprised of one crewneck sweatshirt and several heather tees with a monochromatic color scheme. This collection boasts artwork taken from Murakami’s “Ensō” series. As per BBC:

“Ensō, which means circle, is a famous motif found in Zen painting. It symbolizes emptiness, unity, and infinity in Zen Buddhism. Traditionally, the circular motif is traced with a skillful, singular brush stroke. Murakami’s execution of the circular motif is created using spray paint, which is then digitized and silkscreened over his signature artwork of flowers and skulls. The capsule introduces BBC’s iconic helmet within the Ensō, mirroring the spray paint technique. The capsule was produced on BBC’s custom tee and sweater blanks, made in the USA and Canada, respectively.”

To celebrate this collaboration, Billionaire Boys Club will be altering the interior of their NYC store to match Murakami’s studio KaiKai KiKi. The first 100 customers will get a mini flower plush keychain free of charge!

The collection is slated to drop online and in store March 25th. Will you cop?