Takashi Murakami & Perrotin Drop Unique Signed Canvas Tote Bag

Produced from the same canvas he uses for his work.

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Takashi Murakami has released a one-of-one signed tote bag via Perrotin. The black bag is constructed from the same cotton canvas that Murakami uses for his work, and is finished with a reinforced base, polyester lining and cow leather handles.

The bag is covered with an all-over skull print on all sides, as well as a monochrome Flower image painted in acrylic on one side and a Mr. DOB-style face on the reverse. Lastly, the bag is signed by Murakami himself, with his signature on the pocket in silver marker.

Take a look at the bag in the gallery above, and head over to the Perrotin web store to pick up the completely unique piece for €6,175 EUR (approx. $6,950 USD).

In related news, Murakami is set to show new works “From Superflat to Bubblewrap” in Singapore.

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