Scrub Canvas Club:Yoshinori Mizutani Scrub tops (Unisex)


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Scrub Canvas Club:Yoshinori Mizutani Scrub tops (Unisex) (Size Guide)

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Scrub Canvas Club
Enjoying scrubs as a canvas.
This Classico new scrub line was created with the idea of "bringing smiles to the medical field" through collaboration with artists, photographers, movies, music, characters, etc., that transcend the "scrubs" that busy medical professionals wear every day into a canvas.









A Collaboration item with the photographer "Yoshinori Mizutani."
This unisex scrub top incorporates the beautiful winter scenes of Hokkaido's natural beauty that attract the heart.

The third in the SCC series is a collaboration with photographer Yoshinori Mizutani, who takes on a variety of themes while focusing on "everyday life. In this collaboration, three of Yoshinori Mizutani's works from "Higashikawa," which was published in 2021, were selected for the scrubs.

"Higashikawa" is a work set in winter in Higashikawa, a town of photography in Hokkaido. The artist actually stayed in Higashikawa for about a week to experience nature, such as climbing snow-covered mountains and interacting with local residents, making the " Artist in Residence" program.
The three photos selected for this exhibition were created by using filtering technology to add an amazing and beautiful tie-dye-like gradation to the winter landscape of Higashikawa, which gives the winter scenery warmth and beauty.

When one is in a hospital, it is sometimes difficult to feel the change of seasons and the sun's warmth since one spends most of the daytime indoors. What if we could add brightness to the scenery of the hospital where we spend our days in scrubs?" With this idea in mind, Classico designers came across Yoshinori Mizutani's work, which gave to this collaboration.



Scrub tops that are decorated with beautiful tie-dye-like artwork.

Available in both men's and women's sizes, with a slightly relaxed silhouette.
The beautiful artwork by Yoshinori Mizutani, whose work as introduced earlier is set in Higashikawa, Hokkaido, is placed on the back.

The sleeves are slightly longer than usual, and the hem is cut in a rounded shape to hide the hips. By doing so, we designed the shirt to give a mature and elegant impression. In addition, the colors used in the artwork are used in a tape placed on the backside of the hem to create a subtle, stylish look.

It is available in three colors: white, beige, and navy. The navy and beige color fabrics are from the "TRO" series, characterized by their light, comfortable, and tropical wool-like texture, While the white color fabric is made of the "urban tech" series fabric, which is smooth like silk and has a soft, bulky, sponge-like feel.


Item Number: R11
Colors: Beige,  Deep Navy, White
Sizes: XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL, XL
Beige&Deep Navy:100% Polyester, non-iron, super absorbent and quick-drying, Anti Static
White:79% Polyester, Composite Fiber (Polyester) 21%, Stretch, Anti StaticNon-see-through, Stain resistant, Anti Wrinkle (No Iron), super absorbent, and quick-drying.

Mens:Height 185 cm, Chest 92 cm, Waist 76 cm, Hips 91 cm
Size: M
Ladies:Height 171 cm, Chest 80 cm, Waist 60 cm, Hips 86 cm



Yoshinori Mizutani

Yoshinori Mizutani was born in Fukui Prefecture in 1987. After graduating from Nihon University College of Economics, Mizutani studied at the Tokyo College of Photography. He captures the everyday nature that exists in the city as if it was from a different world to the one seen by the naked eye through the medium of a camera.
He was selected for the "JAPAN PHOTO AWARD" in 2013 and "Foam Talent" in 2014. He has held solo exhibitions around the world. The works of "Tokyo Parrots" are currently on display at Tempus, a temporary building at the Palais des Nations, and the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, until December 2024.

▷Yoshinori Mizutani |  Official website