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In 2000, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami collaborated with Louis Vuitton to produce a variety of screen and mixed media prints. Marc Jacobs, then creative director of Louis Vuitton, stated, "It has been […] a monumental marriage of art and commerce. […] one for both the fashion and art history books."

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Meaning & Analysis

Produced in the 2000s by the acclaimed contemporary Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, the Louis Vuitton collection includes a variety of screen prints and mixed media prints produced by the artist in collaboration with the renowned fashion label, Louis Vuitton.

Murakami has had a long-lasting collaboration and close relationship with the luxury brand. His work with the designer label brought attention towards his ability to blur the line between ‘high art’ and commercialism. The collaboration also brought the artist tremendous international attention meaning he gained celebrity status in his home country, Japan.

Speaking about the infamous collaboration, Marc Jacobs, the creative director of Louis Vuitton, said: “our collaboration has produced a lot of works, and has been a huge influence and inspiration to many… It has been, and continues to be, a monumental marriage of art and commerce. The ultimate crossover – one for both the fashion and art history books.”