This model is lucky to combine love for G-Shock watches, the Tokyo FM radio station, and Takashi Murakami's work (he is also the host of a show on the network I believe).

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Paris gallery Emmanuel Perrotin is currently holding a month-long retrospective of some of Takashi Murakami's most limited edition prints. Known for blending pop art with contemporary trends, comic book and anime-inspired forms and broad-scale consumerism, Murakami's distinct "superflat" style...

Takashi Murakami "Ego" Exhibition @ Qatar Museum Behind-the-Scenes Interview Days away from his first ever showing in Qatar, Japanese Superflat artist Takashi Murakami discusses his upcoming works. Given the conservative nature Qatar, notably absent appear to be some of Murakami's bolder...

Kaws on their covers, Whitewall Magazine presents their new Spring 2012 Art Issue, featuring Japanese artist Takashi Murakami on the cover and his 'Jeux de Fleurs'. You can buy the issue now at newsstands. A nice little animated preview video of the magazine is featured here...

Takashi Murakami, the artist whose beautifully animated work has been the subject of infinite fine arts discussions, teamed up with independent Japanese watchmaker Hajime Asaoka for a custom watch. Entitled "Death Takes No Bribe," the tourbillion movement timepiece is the result of over three...

Gagosian Gallery recent presented a series of paintings and sculptures by Takashi Murakami. In his distinctive "Superflat" style, which employs highly refined, traditional Japanese painting techniques and formats to depict a charged mix of historical subject matter, Pop, animé and otaku...

artist Takashi Murakami has produced for his upcoming exhibition at Gagosian Gallery London. The show will have recent paintings and sculptures by the artist. Takashi Murakami Gagosian Gallery, London June 28 – August 5, 2011 Check out the new 3 Meter Girl sculpture after the...

Most of you know that Google tends to change their homepage logo for special occasions. Many times in the past they have worked with famous artists as well. This time Japanese artist Takashi Murakami was asked to interprete the logo for the summer solstice and presents his work entitled 'The...

Takashi Murakami is an artist who is known for pushing boundaries. Whether it be a music video of Kirsten Dunst styled as Akihabara Majokko Princess, or a collaboration with Louis Vuitton, an element of fun always shines through. Murakami is showing a free exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery...

 

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