OLD FASHIONED CHESTER
This chester coat expresses the keywords SUPPLYMENT SCAPE and WORD PLAY.
The Paul Klee motif is hand painted on the coat, linking Paul Klee's idea that "art makes the invisible visible" with the words of Rakugo, a form of Japanese comic storytelling that uses only words to create images on the screen in the customer's head.
Based on a basic chester coat, I added a transition like the human body, and painted along the transition line, hoping that the space between the body and the fabric would be complementary.
The fabric is made of wool instead of duck canvas, which has a strong image of cotton, to give the impression of being casual or formal, depending on the person.
Because it is hand painted by the designer, each piece has a different texture.