Last week, we took a look at a set of collaborative pieces from Takashi Murakami and Virgil Abloh, as both artists are in the midst of displaying their joint “AMERICA TOO” exhibit going on now at Gagosian Beverly Hills. Esteemed creators in their own right, each artist brings forth a diverse skill set spanning several creative disciplines, which when interacting with one another go on to devise a truly unique range of paintings and large-scale sculptures. In an expressive representation of both figureheads, each of their trademarks and brand names merge together to create an assortment of imaginative symbols.
To help mark Murakami and Abloh’s latest endeavor, a set of T-shirts commemorating “AMERICA TOO” have recently been unveiled. Limited to just 500 pieces, the exclusive tees must be ordered via Gagosian’s online shop, however, will need to be picked up in person at the Gagosian Beverly Hills on October 17.
In case you missed it, be sure to check out this week’s most notable art drops.
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As part of their joint exhibition “AMERICA TOO” at Gagosian Beverly Hills, Takashi Murakami and Virgil Abloh have created 500 limited-edition T-Shirts. The exclusive shirts will be released today, October 16, at 11am PT on the Gagosian Shop website. You will then, need to pick up your T-Shirt in-person at Gagosian Beverly Hills tomorrow, October 17 at 11am PT. Follow the link in our bio for more information! __________ #MurakamiandAbloh #TakashiMurakami #VirgilAbloh #BeverlyHills @takashipom @virgilabloh @shopgagosian