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THE LORD'S MANOR designed by Tomoo Gokita

Buzz Sawyer, a professional wrestler who died suddenly of acute drug overdose in front of his home on February 7, 1992.
The Sawyer's are a hardcore blues band formed by three passionate fans of Buzz Sawyer (real name Bruce Wayne).
Like Buzz Sawyer's match style, their stage performances were full of sudden roars, grins, and laughs.
Although her eccentricities, such as bursting into tears, have been the focus of attention, she has been acclaimed for her performance skills since her debut.
They are widely recognized as a virtuoso and unusual blues band.
Lead vocalist/bassist Ricky Sutherland is also a successful painter.
In 2007, a large-scale solo exhibition was held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, garnering much attention.
The artwork T-shirt for The Sawyers' elusive 12-inch single THE LORD'S MANOR is finally here!
*This story is fiction.
*This is a limited edition reissue item from TACOMA FUJI RECORDS 4th collection.

Tomoo Gokita

Born in Tokyo in 1969.
In the late 1990s, he attracted attention for his improvisational drawings.
In recent years, he has been creating abstract paintings, such as portraits in black and white, that still feature concrete motifs.
In addition to extensive publishing and exhibition activities in Japan, he has participated in solo and group exhibitions overseas, including in New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin.
He has received high praise and held solo exhibitions at Taka Ishii Gallery in 2008 and 2012.
In 2012, he participated in the exhibition "Abstract and Form: The Unrevealed" at the Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art.
Her collections include "Lingerie Wrestling" published by Little More (2000) and "Shuffle Train Song" published by Tennen Bunko (2010).
"777" published by 888 Books (2015), etc.
In 2014, following his solo exhibition at "Mary Boone Gallery, NY", he held a solo exhibition titled "THE GREAT CIRCUS" at the Kawamura Museum of Art from August.
Following "Besame Mucho" at Honor Fraser Gallery in LA in 2015 and "Damage Control" at Bill Brady Gallery in Miami,
It is still fresh in our memory that in 2016 he held another solo exhibition, “OUT OF SIGHT”, at the Mary Boone Gallery.


L Length 68cm Width 52cm Shoulder width 45cm Sleeve length 20cm


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