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Murakami x Abloh
DOB and Arrows: Patchwork Skulls
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PER SHARE
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Murakami's ability to deconstruct and his aesthetic and conceptual freedom have been totally inspiring for me.
Virgil Abloh
Founder of Off-White, Artistic Director of Louis Vuitton, Menswear
About

DOB and Arrows: Patchwork Skulls was produced as part of a collaboration between Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami. Widely regarded as one of the most influential living contemporary artists, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami founded the “Superflat” art movement.

Murakami’s co-collaborator, American fashion designer Virgil Abloh, is the Artistic Director of Louis Vuitton’s Menswear and Founder of luxury streetwear label, Off-White. More recently, Abloh has come to prominence as a contemporary artist. The work combines Murakami’s skull pattern and DOB character with Virgil Abloh’s minimal aesthetic.

Highlights
Betting on Abloh
While the designer is now iconic in the fashion industry, his career in contemporary art is on the rise. Virgil Abloh was the subject of a retrospective at MCA Chicago in June 2019, which will travel to the Brooklyn Museum, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.
Cultural Influence
Both Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami have been included in the Time 100 list, which names the world's most influential people.
Primary Market Purchase
This work was purchased on the primary market from Gagosian Gallery, which is considered the largest blue-chip contemporary art gallery.
Drop Details
Materials
Acrylic on canvas
Size
34 x 23 in.
Year
2018
Exhibition
"AMERICA TOO," Gagosian, 2018
Acquired From
Gagosian
Materials
Acrylic on canvas
Size
34 x 23 in.
Year
2018
Exhibition
"AMERICA TOO," Gagosian, 2018
Acquired From
Gagosian
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Risks
This investment is speculative and involves substantial risks to consider before investing, outlined in the Offering Circular and including, but not limited to, illiquidity, lack of diversification and complete loss of capital. Also, the adverse economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are unknown and could materially impact this investment.