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WHO'S AFRAID OF RED, YELLOW, BLUE AND DEATH, 2011
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Offset lithograph with silver and silkscreen with spot UV varnishing on paper

30.31 x 23.62 in

77.0 x 60.0 cm

Edition of 300

Hand-signed and numbered by the artist.

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    About The Work

    This editioned print is especially unique since Takashi Murakami rarely separates colors in such a clear way when he depicts his skulls sets. According to the artist, the skulls always come in many forms, as mortality concerns us all. The fact that the sides are so clear and monochromatic may be a reference to the past, to all that is no longer with us which memory fades away.

    About Takashi Murakami

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    • Published by Kaikai Kiki Co. Ltd, Japan.

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