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In this August photo, Japanese avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama speaks during an interview at her studio, filled with wall-sized paintings throbbing with her repetitive dots, in Tokyo.

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I love the lacquered look and the fabulous placement along the natural curve of the pumpkin. The design is so The artist is 83 years old and has outfitted her wheelchair in polka dots!

Ten Things You Might Not Know About Yayoi Kusama

Ten Things You Might Not Know About Yayoi Kusama

“I will continue to create artwork as long as my passion keeps me doing so. I am deeply moved that so many people have been my fans. I have been grappling with art as a therapy for my disease, but I suppose I would not be able to know how people would evaluate my art until after I die. I create art for the healing of all mankind.”

This funny little lady never fails to inspire me. Portrait of Yayoi Kusama. Photo credit: Victoria Miro Gallery, London/Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.

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Belgian artist Ben Heine has created a unique technique he calls Digital Circlism, where he creates portraits of celebrities from thousands of colored circles.

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George Clooney W Magazine January 2014 Issue

George Clooney wearing Giorgio Armani suit, shirt, and shoes customized by Yayoi Kusama for W Magazine December, photographed by Emma Summerton. (via Seeing Spots: George Clooney Gets Kusama& for W Magazine& Art Issue)

Yayoi Kusama, Queen of Polka Dots, Opens Museum in Tokyo - The New York Times

Yayoi Kusama, Queen of Polka Dots, Opens Museum in Tokyo

Yayoi Kusama, Queen of Polka Dots, Opens Museum in Tokyo by MOTOKO RICH By MOTOKO RICH “Since I was 10 years old I have been painting every day,” she said in an interview. “I still see polka dots.

Yayoi Kusama by Noriko Takasugi - 2014

Noriko Takasugi’s And I wake up and start drawing is from a portrait of the artist and writer Yayoi Kusama, taken at her studio in Tokyo, commissioned by the Sunday Telegraph.

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