London, South Kensington
23 March 2010
Takashi Murakami (b. 1962)
Hypha will cover the World, little by little...
offset lithograph in colours, 2009, on wove paper, signed in black felt-tip pen, numbered 192/300, co-published by the artist and Kaikai Kiki Co. Ltd., Tokyo and New York, the full sheet, minor handling creases, otherwise in good condition (L., S. 657 x 1295 mm.); together with Melting DOB E, offset lithograph in colours, 2008, on wove paper, signed in black felt-tip pen, numbered 158/300, co-published by the artist and Kaikai Kiki Co. Ltd., Tokyo and New York, the full sheet, a few unobtrusive handling creases throughout, otherwise in good condition (L.,S. 680 x 680 mm.) (2)
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