The Superflat Movement

The Superflat movement was born in 2001, when Takashi Murakami coined the term in order to inaugurate a new post-modern, yet quintessentially Japanese style of art. This movement fused Pop Art with the Japanese art canon and post-war culture. Traditionally, Japanese art has rejected 3D imagery, instead embracing ‘flat’ art through bold outlines and placidContinue reading “The Superflat Movement”

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