The Magic of Art: Exploring Unique Goods Inspired


Red Suit Lobster Matte (Goods)

Art is a source of inspiration and creativity. In this article, we delve into the world of art-inspired goods that bring the enchantment of masterpieces into your everyday life. Discover designs that resonate with your soul and colors that captivate your senses.

For the Family

All May Become Dragons Jigsaw Puzzle (Goods)

This jigsaw puzzle is designed and produced based on the concept of "Yamato Power: the power to create novelties by the process of amalgamation," which Miwa Komatsu incorporates in her works. From the printing to the production and the creation of the box, this jigsaw puzzle is a culmination of Japanese craftsmanship that we take pride in making "100% MADE IN JAPAN".

All May Become Dragons Jigsaw Puzzle (Goods) with original frame

For Spoiling the Kids

Black Suit Lobster Matte (Goods), 2021, 20.0 × 18.0 × 9.0 cm, Soft vinyl

Philip Colbert, born in Scotland, explores the patterns of digital culture and its relationship with the art of historical dialogue. The artist says, "I became an artist when I became a Lobster," Colbert's artistic persona (Alter Ego), the lobster, has been made into merchandise. The Gentle touch of soft vinyl is perfect for children's friends.

Unique Collaboration of Contemporary Art and Ukiyo-e

KOHEI KYOMORI "UN men No.2", 2022, 37.0 × 24.5 cm, Sheet, Paper

Kohei Kyomori is a decorative artist who reinterprets decorative arts from different decades and cultures worldwide. Many of his paintings are inspired by ukiyo-e. In his latest project, Kyomori's first collaboration with Kyoto woodblock print publisher, "UNSODO," reveals a spectacular contemporary ukiyo-e print.

For the Street Art Lover

SEBASTIAN CHAUMETON "Mr. Pop", 2021, 60.0 x 60.0cm, Screen print

Sebastian Chaumeton is an artist who experiments with several mediums, including ceramics, paintings, and video installations. "Mr. Pop" is a print from the "Mr. Series" inspired by art history and animation.

For the Art History Connoisseur

YUKO NASAKA "Work GAY-23", 1978, 60.0 × 60.0cm, Resin and lacquer on board

This is a work by Yuko Nasaka, a member of the Gutai Art Association, Japan's first radical, post-war artistic group. The motif of a circle was ingrained in the artist's memory because her family's business involved producing circular meters and dials for the ship's control panels. This piece presents the allure of a circular realm adorned with a superb mastery of color.

What is the Gutai Art Association?

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