Tokyo-born artist Meguru Yamaguchi is known for his “sculptural paintings” has now he’s teamed with Oakley on their latest collection of sunglasses for 2020. Coined the “Kokoro” a Japanese word meaning “heart, mind, spirit,” the collection includes 11 of Oakley’s famous sports meets life frames. Each piece in the collection is completely unique, having gone through a custom-made machine designed by Oakley engineers to replicate Yamaguchi’s brushstrokes. As part of the launch, Oakley is donating $200,000 to support the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. The Kokoro Collection launches with Flak® 2.0 XL, Radar® EV Path®, Radarlock® Asia Fit, Flak 2.0 Asia Fit, Sutro, Frogskins®, Frogskins Asia Fit, EVZero™Blades, Flight Jacket, Jawbreaker™ and Airbrake® MX goggles. All pieces from the collection come equipped with Oakley’s leading Prizm™️ Lens Technology, designed to enhance color and contrast so athletes can see more detail. Prices start from £128.00 – Check out the full collection here.