Superflat Monogram

by alphamonkey on August 28, 2006 · 5 comments

in Commercials,Uncategorized

Louis Vuitton comissioned this short piece based on the work of Takashi Murakami, the artist who founded the Superflat movement.  I don’t know how effective it is as an ad, but it’s certainly a dizzying psychedelic joy to watch. 

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  • Your Good Twin

    Is it supposed to be an ad?  Based on the wiki link, that would seem completely counterintuitive.  But then again, this is the first time I’ve ever heard of “superflat”.

  • .alphamonkey.

    if you look closely, you see the Louis Vuitton logo repeated throughout the clip.

  • waldogoesnuts

    doesnt that defeat the purpose of advertising if you have to look closley to see a logo.

  • Animelily

    The pattern used for the walls and what not is a common pattern for their hand bags. It actually is an ad. A pretty one, but still an ad.

  • Boss Robot

    Even little girls have cellphones! Dammit, I’m so behind with the times

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