Takashi Murakami is a prolific contemporary Japanese artist, who leaded Japanese fashion cultures to go into the western world and is considered to be a marvel in fashion industry. I’m sure that some of us are his supporters. It’s worthy to mention his enjoyable works: they not only connect eastern tradition with western civilization, as well as the antithetical elements between elegant art and common culture, but also hold the entertaining features. In a word, all of his works are the outcome of Japanese modern cartoon art with traditional painting style.
Murakami’s style, called Superflat, is characterized by flat planes of color and graphic images involving a character style derived from anime and manga. His panda and cherry blossom design are painted on Louis Vuitton hanbags. However, most of them are limited version, even if a public sale, it’s certain to be sold out. Anyone who is sensible toward fashon can realize the childish allure in his world more or less.
Since first cooperated with designer Marc Jacobs in 2003, Takashi Murakami had made a great contribution to Louis Vuitton brand. Collections of Louis Vuitton in spring/summer season can always bring sweet elements to fashion industry. Like the LV crossover pattern with DOB large-eyed dolls and smiling flowers.
What’s more, under the fresh atmosphere of summer, Takashi Murakami designed a colorful style painting on classical LV monogram. There are 33 colors in one LV leather collection at least, which show delicate changes of vision. Besides, appliance of shiny gold buckles and studs detailings set the whole bag body off to advantage.
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Source by Tina A Jane