In honor of Takashi Murakami’s upcoming birthday, we look back at 2003’s Reversed Double Helix. At the time, it was his most ambitious solo show to date, in which he transformed Rockefeller Center into a sanctuary of color and glee. Read more

Posted on January 30, 2014

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    :’( the world could look like this everyday if we just let kanye and takashi start a fascist regime
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    This is wonderful. I love how colorful and fun it is I think it encourages the viewers to interact with it even though...
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