Onitsuka Tiger Regent Street, London Flagship, Onitsuka Tiger's largest store ever,
is the first store in the world to offer the entire Onitsuka Tiger lineup in a single establishment,
from the contemporary and heritage collections to NIPPON MADE™ series rich in craftsmanship as well as the luxury THE ONITSUKA line.
The space has been designed to resemble a brand art gallery where customers can fully enjoy the world of Onitsuka Tiger.

249-251 Regent St, Mayfair, London W1B 2EP,
United Kingdom
Monday - Friday 10.30 AM - 8.00 PM
Saturday 10.30 AM - 8.30 PM
Sunday 12.00 PM - 6.00 PM
Tiger Gallery™ closes at 6.00 PM all week

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Artist
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David “Mr.StarCity” White

David “Mr.StarCity” White

David “Mr.StarCity” White (born in 1979) is a multidisciplinary artist whose creative practice spans diverse media, including painting, sculpture, poetry, music, performance, film, and photography. He has been increasingly recognized for his color-filled depictions of real and imagined subjects, which culminate in otherworldly scenes synthesizing the beauty, passion, and conflict of daily life. (Tiger Gallery™ October 12-November 26, 2022)

Godwin
Champs
Namuyimba

Godwin Champs Namuyimba

Godwin Champs Namuyimba is known for his intricately layered paintings that utilize the human form to explore identity and race through a postcolonial African lens. Through his portrayals of family and friends in domestic settings, Namuyimba transforms the quotidian into inspirational, aspirational, and fantastical depictions of the world.
Born in Masaka, Uganda in 1989, Namuyimba earned his BFA from Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda in 2017. His work has been exhibited internationally, and has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Galerie Marguo in Paris; Zidoun Bossuyt Gallery in Luxembourg; East-Projects in New York; Ars Belga in Brussels; and Gallery Steinsland & Berliner in Stockholm. Namuyimba’s work is held in the collections of MUDAM - The Contemporary Art Museum of Luxembourg; The W Art Foundation in Qingdao, Shanghai, and Hong Kong; the Örebro City Library in Sweden; and The Bunker Art Space in West Palm Beach, Florida.