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Embroidered Logo Cap

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MAMAFAKA x Jason Freeny Debut Lifestyle Collection brings quality utilitarian products that feature the iconic Mister HellYeah by MAMAFAKA treated with Jason Freeny’s signature dissection style!

A simple cap is all you need! With embroidered MAMAFAKA x Jason Freeny logo on the front, this cap matches easily with any outfit. Adjustable for maximum comfort!

100% Cotton

One size fits all
Intricate embroidery logo on front
Free shipping worldwide

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Artists

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Jason Freeny

Jason Freeny

Artist

Jason’s early success as an artist came with his creations of a series fictional anatomical character schematics and illustrations in 2007 but was most noted when he began creating anatomical toy sculptures shortly after. His sculptural and illustration work has been the basis for several mass produced toys.

Armed with a youthful, overactive imagination, Jason creates smart, intricate works that tickle the deviant intellect through a mix of hard graphics, detailed anatomy, pop iconography and wit.
MAMAFAKA

MAMAFAKA

Designer

Born Pharuephon ‘’Tum’’ Mukdasanit (13 September 1978 - 9 September 2013), Mamafaka had set his mind on pursuing design from a young age, being influenced by magazines as a child growing up. While he enjoyed an award-winning career working at some of the biggest advertising agencies, eventually he left to focus on developing his own style and approach towards design and illustration. Soon after came the inspiration and creation of his signature character, Mister HellYeah, which was a hit with his followers worldwide.

Spurred by its popularity, he decided to create his own line of products featuring this hairy and mysterious one-eyed mustachioed character.

In 2013, Tum unfortunately passed away days after a surfing accident, but the social network phenomenon driven by the Thai people's support and wish to awaken him from the coma spread his name and art throughout the country. Artists in music, fashion and design around the world produced dedicated pieces of art for his funeral.


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