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Takashi Murakami’s children’s film, Jellyfish Eyes (2013), tells the story of Masashi, a young Japanese boy who develops a friendship with a jellyfish-like creature while mourning the loss of his father.

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Each print is hand-signed by Takashi Murakami and numbered out of limited editions. All prints are stored in their original KaiKai Kiki Gallery box.

Pinto Gallery is an LA-based contemporary art gallery, showcasing the most impressive and innovative Japanese artists. We sell limited edition prints and originals by both established and emerging artists. We think art collecting can be more …

Each print is hand-signed by Takashi Murakami and numbered out of limited editions. All prints are stored in their original KaiKai Kiki Gallery box.

Pinto Gallery is an LA-based contemporary art gallery, showcasing the most impressive and innovative Japanese artists. We sell limited edition prints and originals by both established and emerging artists. We think art collecting can be more approachable, in terms of collector’s experience, price point, content among many things. Inquiry via [email protected] or (213)284-2515