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Cherry Blossoms in Bloom. Kaikai Kiki

Takashi Murakami is an acclaimed artist heralded as 'Japan’s answer to Andy Warhol.' Best known for his smiley flowers, his ‘superflat’ theory of art combines Japan’s love for cuteness with its traditional artistic styles and aesthetics.  

This piece was created by Murakami and Kaikai Kiki - the artist collective he founded in 2001, which when translated means, ‘powerful and sensitive’. The title refers to both the working relationships within the collective and Murakami’s passion for exploring the dichotomy of Japanese culture, and how joy and suffering go hand-in-hand. 

This silkscreen print is from a limited edition of 100, signed and numbered by the artist.  

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Size (cm): 37 x 37  


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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 100
    Size (cm): 37 x 37
    SKU: EG20001

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    About the artist

    One of Asia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Takashi Murakami has been heralded by the New Yorker as 'Japan’s answer to Andy Warhol.' 

    Adopting the Pop Art principle of mixing high art with low culture, Murakami’s instantly recognisable style is distinctly Asian – where Warhol turned to Coca-Cola and Campbell’s soup, Murakami incorporates anime and kawaii (cartoon cuteness), alongside traditional ukiyo-e (Edo-era woodblocks) styles and aesthetics. 

    Known for his "Superflat” theory of art, developed in the 1990s out of an exhibition of the same name, Murakami is concerned with the relative “flatness” of Japanese visual culture in the post-atomic climate. Bold and bright, his grinning flowers and cutesy characters become ‘flat’ icons for socially complex themes of violence, death and technological dystopia.