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Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is known for his vibrant, pop-culture works that combine influences from traditional Japanese art, anime, manga, and Western pop culture. This artistic style is called "superflat". It is characterised by a flat, two-dimensional formal language and the use of colourful, cartoon-like figures and motifs.
A common feature in Murakami's art is the use of recurring characters that often have deep symbolism. These characters, such as the smiling flowers or the characteristic "Mr. DOB" figure, have become his trademark and appear in various forms and contexts in his work.
A central theme in Murakami's art is the examination and critique of consumer culture and the increasing commercialization of art. He constantly questions the boundaries between "high" and "low" art forms, often challenging these hierarchies through his work and collaborations with brands and musicians.
Overall, Murakami's style is a dynamic blend of traditional and contemporary influences, and is characterized by his vibrant, playful aesthetic and profound commentary on modern culture.

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