1970s-1990s The Japanese Avant-garde
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The term is Takashi Murakami's own, his manifesto on the way various forms of graphic design, pop culture and fine arts are compressed -- flattened -- in Japan. The term also refers to the two-dimensionality of Japanese graphic art and animation, as well as to the shallow emptiness of its consumer culture.
i really like yoshitama nara
i have a magazine with several pics of superflat artists, I'm gonna scan them one of these days
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