Jean Jullien's New 'Tako' Figure Features a Brush & Ink Bottle Holder

Limited to only 20 units.

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Not long ago, Jean Jullien announced his forthcoming “Onaji Umi” exhibition at GALLERY TARGET in Tokyo, Japan. Curated by BEAMS & CO, the show will spotlight the French artist’s whimsical illustrations and signature characters on never-before-seen oil paintings. Apart from collaborative merchandise with BEAMS T and Rutsubo at the exhibition, a new limited figure dubbed Tako will also be available at the show. The collectible portrays an octopus and features a brush as well as an ink bottle holder. Only 20 pieces will be up for grabs. Pricing details have yet to be confirmed.

View the figure above and expect the exhibition to launch on May 11. In related stories, take a look at this week’s best art drops.

GALLERY TARGET
2 Chome-32-10 Jingumae
Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0001
Japan

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