An exhibition with more than 100 artists for the 45 years of Hello Kitty!

Iconic, Hello Kitty Inspire all generations that continue either to wear it or reinterpret it. Created by Sanrio and drawn by Yuko Shimizu in 1974, The little red ribbon pussy advocates values ​​expensive to Japanese culture as friendship (no wonder it for children), respect but also kindness. It is true that when looking at it, nothing negative comes to mind.


To celebrate its 45 years, Sanrio had the idea of ​​devoting to its famous character a major exhibition. Since June 29 is therefore held The Hello Kitty® 45th Anniversary Group Show to the Corey Helford Gallery Gathering no less than 100 international artists with different practices. Painting, drawing, sculpture ... All mediums are used to put it in the spotlight. You can find artists like Ben Frost, who place Hello Kitty on a Pop Art Brownie Packaging, Kosyndan With his super day in California and a nearby hello Kitty who makes us think of Totoro or Okuda San Miguel which transports us to a psychedelic universe. As for Bruce Parker we love her tales from the kitty combs that presents the famous little pussy as aheroin From pop culture in its own right!

Ben Frost -Chocolate Brownie Treats

Kozydan -A Super Day in California!

Okuda San Miguel -Hello Kitty Skull

Bruce Parker -TALES FROM THE KITTYCOMBS


You just have to take a ticket for Los Angeles to discover this rich exhibition that shows us that Hello Kitty has not finished astonishing us.

To see until August 3rd at the Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles. All works are visible just here

Credits: Sanrio / Corey Helford Gallery / Ben Frost / Kosyndan / Okuda San Miguel /Hikari Shimoda

Source: Sanrio Instagram

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