Takashi Murakami and Supreme teamed up to sell shirts for coronavirus aid. They’ve raised over $1 million
Renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakami teamed up with fashion brand Supreme to fundraise during the coronavirus pandemic — and ended up raising more than a million dollars.
Murakami, founder of the “Superflat” movement that blurs the boundaries of high and low culture, helped create a T-shirt with his original artwork. The print features the Supreme logo against the artist’s signature flowers.
The shirt originally sold for $60. But anytime Supreme releases new items, they are quickly snatched up and resold for much higher prices online, with fans worldwide clamoring for the coveted goods — and this time was no different. The T-shirt is reselling for …continued .
[Original Source: CNN]