Our New Drop and part of upcoming exhibition this July: 

The Melody Haunts My Reverie by Japanese artist Keita Sagaki

Roy Lichtenstein was an American pop artist renowned for his bold, graphic style and use of comic book imagery. His works, characterized by vibrant Ben-Day dots, striking colors, and a distinctive comic strip aesthetic, challenged traditional notions of art. Lichtenstein's influence endures, shaping the practices of contemporary artists like Keita Sagaki.

In Sagaki's reinterpretation, 'The Melody Haunts My Reverie' undergoes a whimsical transformation, blending elements of pop art with the comical characters of Japanese manga and anime, resulting in a captivating fusion of styles reminiscent of both Western and Eastern artistic expressions.