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The Robot By Yayoi Kusama In The Louis Vuitton Display Is Enormous

Together, the high-end company and the Japanese artist have created a capsule collection. It is promoted by a robot dressed like Yayoi Kusama in New York, Paris, and London.

A large audience has been gathered in front of the Louis Vuitton shop display on New York’s famed 5th Avenue for many days. Behind the glass, renowned Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has been painting vibrant polka dots. Since that time on Friday, January 6, it has not moved.

And with good reason—it is a giant robot made to encourage cooperation between the current artist and the high-end brand. As you can see in the video at the top of the page, the robotic Yayoi Kusama blinks, waves its brush, and sometimes even grins at onlookers from behind the glass.

In the display of the Louis Vuitton store on Place Vendôme in Paris, there was another robot that looked extremely similar but was clad entirely in yellow. The bogus Yayoi Kusama has set up a home at the Harrods department store in London.

The 93-year-old modern artist is most known for her vibrant polka dots, which are present in every piece of clothing and every bag in Louis Vuitton’s newest collection. Yayoi Kusama and the company have worked together twice, the first being a capsule in 2012. 400 limited edition items make up their latest collection, which debuted on January 5.


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