Yokoo is one of Japan's most internationally recognized graphic designers. His works are filled with virtual richness, alluding to a massive array of artistic images and movements such as surrealism, Dada, Russian constructivism, American pop art, as well as contemporary Japanese culture and traditional art forms. His intricate dreamlike designs are a reflection of his philosophy, memories, and, most importantly: his fears. His reasoning follows that of becoming one with fear as to no longer feel threatened by it. Consequently, his work portrays our turbulent and chaotic times, revealing all of the unbearable things hiding deep within mankind's psyche. This is where the exhibition that I imagined, called "Things we don't want to see," comes into play. The song is "Take me with you" by Santana, one of the artists he used to listen to, to get inspired while working.


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