Stunning Japanese calligraphy brush-and-ink illustrations by award-winning artist Yuko Shimizu tell the story of Japanese American baseball player Kenich Zenimura in a new children’s book titled ‘Barbed Wire Baseball.’
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This Summer, Louis Vuitton launched its most significant global artistic collaboration to date with legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Pop-up stores in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, Paris, and Selfridges in London incorporated the 83-year-old pop artist’s complex installations and usage of hallucination-induced polka dots.
Inspired by renowned Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, Louis Vuitton has launched its Louis Vuitton Kusama Studio iPhone App to accompany seven forthcoming pop-up stores worldwide. Add visual effects to your own pictures and share them in a public gallery included in the application, on Facebook and Twitter, and on the minisite specifically created for the application.
Louis Vuitton will soon open seven pop-up stores for the launch of its new collaborative collection with legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. The spaces will incorporate the 83-year-old pop artist’s complex transporting museum installations, her use of hallucination-induced polka dots and her treasured pumpkin motif.
Audrey Kawasaki is a Los Angeles-based painter who is influenced by both manga comics and art nouveau. She uses oil and graphite to create beautiful, seductive and melancholy characters on natural grain wood panels as well as canvas and other mediums.
It’s Cherry Blossom season and for those of us not yet experiencing beautiful Spring weather, the blooming sakuras let us know that it will be warm soon. The Cherry Blossom has influenced fashion, photography, design and more — we’ve found a few examples just for you!