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  • Professionally appraised and certified artist original.

  • This work is in excellent, like new, condition.

  • Offers 7-10 day free global express shipping.

    We use FedEx / DHL / UPS’s Priority service.

    We prepay all customs duties and taxes.

    We will ship your order from wherever our works are being showcased in our partner galleries.

  • We have a 7-day return policy, which means you have 7 days after receiving your item to request a return.

    To be eligible for a return, your item must have been damaged, defective, or the wrong item upon receiving it. Due to fraud prevention purposes, we do not accept returns or exchanges for any other reason or after 7 days upon receiving your order. Before your order has shipped, however, you may cancel your order to receive a full refund.

    To start a return, you can contact us at contact@hypeartbroker.com


Takashi Murakami

The Andy Warhol of Japan

Takeshi Murakami, known as the "Andy Warhol of Japan," creates his quirky, one-of-a-kind figures and artwork by drawing inspiration from traditional Japanese painting. Murakami blurs the barriers between high art and low culture, East and West, the past and present by using both conventional media, like as painting and sculpture, as well as commercial media, including fashion and animation.

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Flowerball Want To Hold You

White Frame Included

Takashi Murakami's flower balls are celebration of joyous and innocent, with each flower motif having an identical happy face and 12 spherical petals. Murakami has influenced an entire generation of modern artists with his distinctive Superflat style and his blend of fine art and pop culture. After working with flowers in his art lesson plans for nine years, he was drawn to this flower ball, which contains his iconic flower theme. As he duplicated the flowers' individual characteristics, including their brilliant smiles, he was mesmerized. Album covers, luxury goods, and even the Palace of Versailles have featured these blooms.

2016

Offset lithograph with cold foil stamp and high gloss varnishing on UV paper hand signed by Takashi Murakami.
Edition of 300.

71 x 71 cm

Edition Kaikai Kiki

  • Professionally appraised and certified artist original.

  • This work is in excellent, like new, condition.

  • Offers 7-10 day free global express shipping.

    We use FedEx / DHL / UPS’s Priority service.

    We prepay all customs duties and taxes.

    We will ship your order from wherever our works are being showcased in our partner galleries.

  • We have a 7-day return policy, which means you have 7 days after receiving your item to request a return.

    To be eligible for a return, your item must have been damaged, defective, or the wrong item upon receiving it. Due to fraud prevention purposes, we do not accept returns or exchanges for any other reason or after 7 days upon receiving your order. Before your order has shipped, however, you may cancel your order to receive a full refund.

    To start a return, you can contact us at contact@hypeartbroker.com


Takashi Murakami

The Andy Warhol of Japan

Takeshi Murakami, known as the "Andy Warhol of Japan," creates his quirky, one-of-a-kind figures and artwork by drawing inspiration from traditional Japanese painting. Murakami blurs the barriers between high art and low culture, East and West, the past and present by using both conventional media, like as painting and sculpture, as well as commercial media, including fashion and animation.

Takashi Murakami Sales Data Information

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  • 40%

    5 year average annual Growth Rate

  • $2,134.27

    Average Price Paid Per Print (12 Months)

  • 58

    Number of Sales (12 Months)