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Yayoi Kusama, Japan’s Most Celebrated Contemporary Artist, Illustrates Alice in Wonderland

Yayoi Kusama, Japan’s Most Celebrated Contemporary Artist, Illustrates Alice in Wonderland

Yayoi Kusama, Japan’s Most Celebrated Contemporary Artist, Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, Down the rabbit hole in colorful dots, twisted typography, and strange eye conditions.

Modernidade

Modernidade

Educational games for kids and digital learning apps for today's schools: it's MWorld. (Margritte, 'Son of Man'. Why the apple? Why not take a look at MWorld's 'Art Today' and try to figure it out?)

Just a Dot is inspired by the life and art of the polka dot queen Yayoi Kusama. In Kusama's world, there is no difference between her as an artist and her art - both are intrinsically intertwined and

Just a Dot

Just a Dot is inspired by the life and art of the polka dot queen Yayoi Kusama. In Kusama's world, there is no difference between her as an artist and her art - both are intrinsically intertwined and

hommage for kusama yayoi

hommage for kusama yayoi

"6,250 female RNs served in vietnam. Eight RNs died." No one talks about these women. They were on the front lines and performed heroic acts and saw horrific things." Biddy Craft

"6,250 female RNs served in vietnam. Eight RNs died." No one talks about these women. They were on the front lines and performed heroic acts and saw horrific things." Biddy Craft

Born in 1974 in Tokyo, Japan, Chiho Aoshima uses computer technology to create beautiful, imaginary fantasy worlds. She uses the 'superflat'movement, a term coined by artist Takashi Murakami where the style is typified by the simple and emphatically two-dimensional forms. You'll often find such elements as bodily fluids, reptiles, insects, and old, concrete buildings in her work.

Chiho Aoshima's Eye Candy (10 Total)

Born in 1974 in Tokyo, Japan, Chiho Aoshima uses computer technology to create beautiful, imaginary fantasy worlds. She uses the 'superflat'movement, a term coined by artist Takashi Murakami where the style is typified by the simple and emphatically two-dimensional forms. You'll often find such elements as bodily fluids, reptiles, insects, and old, concrete buildings in her work.

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