Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami, is an internationally acclaimed contemporary Japanese artist also known as 'the Warhol of Japan'. His work includes paintings, prints and sculptures as well as commercial merchandise, fashion and animation. He is most known for his contemporary art movement 'Superflat' in which he depicts both the characteristics of traditional Japanese art and post-war Japanese culture and society. In the space of half a century Murakami has written a whole new chapter on contemporary art. Murakami supports and manages Japanese local young artists through his company Kaikai Kiki. Murakami has also collaborated with famous brands and artists, such as, Louis Vuitton, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Doraemon, Drake (OVO clothing) and most recently Virgil Abloh (Head of Louis Vuitton Menswear).

Yoshitomo Nara

Yoshitomo Nara, a renowned Japanese artist, is celebrated for his distinctive paintings and sculptures featuring wide-eyed, often mischievous children and animals. Blending pop culture, punk rock, and Japanese aesthetics, Nara’s work captures complex emotions and a sense of youthful rebellion, resonating deeply with audiences worldwide.

Mr. (Mister)

Mr. is a Japanese contemporary artist, based in Saitama, Japan. A former protégé of Takashi Murakami, he works in a wide range of media, including painting, sculpture, video and commercial fashion. A self-proclaimed otaku with a Lolita complex, many of his works are of young children in an anime/manga style. At first glance his works look very cute and innocent, but they have a deeper meaning which is closely tied to the anime style fanservice in which the characters are sexualized.

Recently Mr. has been toying with the art of graffiti, in his latest exhibition 'lost', Mr. incorporated this graffiti with otaku culture. Many of his works are said to be somewhere between dreams and reality. 


Madsaki, a Japanese contemporary artist, is known for his vibrant, graffiti-inspired works that reinterpret iconic images with a playful, rebellious twist. His art merges humor and critique, often exploring themes of identity and pop culture. Madsaki’s distinctive style and bold approach have earned him international acclaim.

Chiho Aoshima

Chiho Aoshima, a prominent Japanese artist, is celebrated for her surreal, dreamlike artworks that blend traditional Japanese aesthetics with contemporary pop culture. Her vivid landscapes and ethereal characters often explore themes of nature, fantasy, and the supernatural, creating enchanting, immersive worlds that captivate audiences globally.

Aya Takano

Aya Takano, a Japanese artist and member of the Superflat movement, is known for her vibrant, whimsical works depicting futuristic and fantastical scenes. Influenced by manga and anime, her art explores themes of femininity, innocence, and eroticism, blending surrealism with a unique, otherworldly charm that captivates audiences worldwide.