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Psycho Bunny menswear features collaboration with trans artist
2022-03-22

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As part of its Artist Series, the Psycho Bunny menswear store on the second floor of the 900 N. Michigan Ave. building is featuring a collaboration with Mich Miller, a trans artist with deep ties to Chicago. (Miller's work is also at the brand's Mall of America location in Minnesota.)

Miller's mural, in the dressing-room area, is informed by a commitment to abstraction, and inspired by color theory, printmaking, painting, graphic design, queer histories and queer theory. Their work stands apart thanks to bold colors, eye-catching gradients, shapes, symbols (including the city flag) and text.

"When Psycho Bunny asked me to bring a colorful mural to their new Chicago store I was so psyched!" said Miller in a statement. "I love the city of Chicago, so I wanted my design to feel celebratory and imaginative. That's why I created a painterly sky-space for the Chicago flag and Psycho Bunny logo to flow around the shapes, color and forms that are more iconic to my personal and creative style."

In addition to showcasing a large-scale piece of Miller's work, Psycho Bunny is selling just 25 limited-edition hand screen-printed tees featuring their work. The T-shirts are available exclusively in-store at the 900 North Michigan and Mall of America Psycho Bunny stores for $75 each.

Also, Psycho Bunny has a wide variety of other items, including outerwear, polos and even boxer briefs.

Find out more at www.psychobunny.com .


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