Our favorite part of playing video games as a kid in the early 90's was getting to choose what our character would wear. So we're insanely jealous of anybody who gets to step into this real-life 8-bit fashion store and dressing room. It's the brainchild of a Japanese fashion designer who's fashion collection and flagship store front are decked out with pixels.
With fashion inspired by pixels, a designer might decide it's overkill to deck out their flagship fashion storefront in pixelated furniture pieces. But we're so glad that Kunihiko Morinaga thought differently.
Morinaga, a Japanese fashion designer with a popular line called Anrealage, decided to infuse 8-bit tech style into everything in Anrealage's Harajuku, Tokyo shop. Everything from the chairs to the light bulbs, and even a traffic cone by the entrance, looks like it came straight out of an 80's video game. It's all a reflection of his current fashion collection, which boosts floral prints and sculpted heels seemingly carved from digital pixels.
Inspired? You can check out more pictures of the Tokyo Anrealage shop on the Anrealage website, or start your own pixelated fortress by checking out some of these cool wares:
- Look! Hemmingway Designs Pixel Wallpaper
- Final Frame: The Hästens Pixel Bed
- 8-Bit Hanger
- Final Frame: The Pixel Perfect Area Rug
- Look! Pixel Icon Book Covers As Bookshelf Display
- Final Frame: The Pixel Bulb