Artworks by Yoshitomo Nara

Gypsy Song by Yoshitomo Nara

30 x 20cm
Digital Print

Oh! My God! I Miss You! by Yoshitomo Nara

30 x 20cm
Digital Print

Green Eyes by Yoshitomo Nara

30 x 20cm
Digital Print

YN Lamp by Yoshitomo Nara

47 x 22cm
Mixed Media

Gummi Girl by Yoshitomo Nara

Painted Cast Vinyl

Puppy Bookends by Yoshitomo Nara

30 x 20 x 15cm
Glazed porcelain

Pup Cup by Yoshitomo Nara

24 x 20 x 20cm

Pup King Plush by Yoshitomo Nara

Medium: 41cm length
Small: 31cm length
Polyester Fibers and Plastic Pellets

Marching on a Butterbur Leaf by Yoshitomo Nara

60 x 43cm
Offset Lithography
Edition: 1000

Cosmic Girl, Eyes Open & Eyes Closed by Yoshitomo Nara

72 x 52 cm
Set of 2, Lithography
Edition 500

Doggy radio by Yoshitomo Nara

34.9 x 45.7 x 24.1 cm
Hand assembled polymer and fiberglass stereo with FM radio, Bluetooth, USB port, headphone jack and Yamaha speaker system
edition 3000

Yoshitomo Nara


Nara (b. 1959, Aomori, Japan) is one of the leading artists of Japan’s influential Neo Pop movement and is best known for his depictions of simultaneously cute and devilish children and animals. Informed by elements of popular culture ranging from manga and anime to punk rock, Nara fuses Japanese visual traditions and Western Modernism to create adorable but menacing characters that possess a startling emotional intensity.

Nara’s works are included in prominent collections internationally, including The British Museum, London; Centro de Arte Contemporaneo de Malaga, Malaga; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Takamatsu; Zabludowicz Collection, London; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, USA; The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan; Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan; The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, USA; Aomori Museum of Art, Aomori, Japan; The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan; Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan; Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.