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  • Independently appraised and certified artist original by Matsuda Appraisals, a professional appraisal and auction company.

  • This work is in excellent, like new, condition.

  • We will beat the lowest price of an identical print that you find from a qualifying competitor (i.e. not a third-party seller or peer-to-peer marketplace). Note the print must be in the same condition. Please email us at contact@hypemuseum.jp if you would like us to adjust the price of your print before you purchase it. Please read our Pricing Policy for more info.

  • • We offer free 5-7 day global shipping if your order is above $4,000. Otherwise, shipping costs $150 USD.

    • We use FedEx / DHL / UPS’s Priority service

    • We prepay all customs duties and taxes

    • We will ship your order from wherever our works are being showcased in our partner galleries

  • We have a 7-day return policy, which means you have 7 days after receiving your item to request a return.

    To be eligible for a return, your item must have been damaged, defective, or the wrong item upon receiving it. Due to fraud prevention purposes, we do not accept returns or exchanges for any other reason or after 7 days upon receiving your order. Before your order has shipped, however, you may cancel your order to receive a full refund.

    To start a return, you can contact us at contact@hypemuseum.jp


Yayoi Kusama

Japanese cultural icon and artistic visionary

Contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama creates work in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, video, and installation. Her use of recurring dots, pumpkins, and mirrors has resulted in a body of work that is formally cohesive. “With just one polka dot, nothing can be achieved. In the universe, there is the sun, the moon, the earth, and hundreds of millions of stars,” the artist has mused. “Pursuing the philosophy of the universe through art under such circumstances has led me to what I call stereotypical repetition.”

Nets B.O.

White Frame Included

Screenprint, 1997

Signed Print Edition of 100

H 52cm x W 36cm
H 20.5in x W 14.2in

  • Independently appraised and certified artist original by Matsuda Appraisals, a professional appraisal and auction company.

  • This work is in excellent, like new, condition.

  • We will beat the lowest price of an identical print that you find from a qualifying competitor (i.e. not a third-party seller or peer-to-peer marketplace). Note the print must be in the same condition. Please email us at contact@hypemuseum.jp if you would like us to adjust the price of your print before you purchase it. Please read our Pricing Policy for more info.

  • • We offer free 5-7 day global shipping if your order is above $4,000. Otherwise, shipping costs $150 USD.

    • We use FedEx / DHL / UPS’s Priority service

    • We prepay all customs duties and taxes

    • We will ship your order from wherever our works are being showcased in our partner galleries

  • We have a 7-day return policy, which means you have 7 days after receiving your item to request a return.

    To be eligible for a return, your item must have been damaged, defective, or the wrong item upon receiving it. Due to fraud prevention purposes, we do not accept returns or exchanges for any other reason or after 7 days upon receiving your order. Before your order has shipped, however, you may cancel your order to receive a full refund.

    To start a return, you can contact us at contact@hypemuseum.jp


Yayoi Kusama

Japanese cultural icon and artistic visionary

Contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama creates work in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, video, and installation. Her use of recurring dots, pumpkins, and mirrors has resulted in a body of work that is formally cohesive. “With just one polka dot, nothing can be achieved. In the universe, there is the sun, the moon, the earth, and hundreds of millions of stars,” the artist has mused. “Pursuing the philosophy of the universe through art under such circumstances has led me to what I call stereotypical repetition.”