Famed Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami recently opened his latest exhibition entitled “Davy Jones’ Tear” in Los Angeles. SuperTouch captured footage of the works consisting of eight pieces in three very unique and different fashion evading his manga influenced work. Perhaps the work that stands out the most is the Murakami’s Daruma series, work referencing the 6th century father of Zen Buddhism along with work inspired by the more graffiti street art scene and finally 18th century Rimpa school of Japanese decorative art was the influence for two pieces. Well worth checking out at the Blum and Poe Gallery.

Check out some work below and get over to SuperTouch for much more below.