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Blue Fantasy : Mudkip and Eevee Kawaii Abode

Jan 2021, Unique Edition
Mix media plush and plexiglass
15 × 15 × 17 7/10 in – 38 × 38 × 45 cm
The artwork is dated, numbered and signed on a metal label sticked under the artwork’s base
serie “Whimsical Plexiworlds and Pokémon Houses : Kawaii Haven”

“Blue Fantasy: Mudkip and Eevee’s Kawaii Abode” by Saori Nakamishi, a renowned member of the Japanese neo-pop art collective Studio CrazyNoodles, is a mesmerizing piece from her acclaimed series “Whimsical Plexiworlds and Pokémon Houses: Kawaii Haven.” This artwork is a remarkable journey into the imaginative and whimsically playful mind of Nakamishi, blending traditional Japanese pop culture with a contemporary artistic vision.
At the heart of this artwork is an iridescent Plexiglass house, shimmering with ethereal blue reflections, reminiscent of a tranquil pond under a moonlit sky. The choice of blue not only invokes a sense of calm and serenity but also serves as a canvas that reflects the dichotomy of modern life – vibrant yet tranquil, simple yet complex.
Inside this magical abode reside two adorable plush Pokémon characters – Mudkip and Eevee. These characters are not mere toys; they are symbols of innocence and the enduring charm of childhood fantasies. Mudkip, with its water affinity, complements the blue theme, symbolizing fluidity and adaptability. Eevee, known for its multiple evolutions, represents potential and the myriad possibilities life offers.
Adding to the whimsy are the kawaii sentences artistically integrated into the design – “Saori is a cute psycho” and “Saori love chu.” These phrases, playful and endearing, offer a glimpse into Nakamishi’s self-perception and her lighthearted approach to art. “Saori is a cute psycho” humorously acknowledges the creative madness that fuels her art, while “Saori love chu” (with ‘chu’ being an onomatopoeic representation of a kiss sound in Japanese) is a tender expression of love and affection, perhaps towards her art, her audience, or herself.
Nakamishi’s “Blue Fantasy: Mudkip and Eevee’s Kawaii Abode” is not just an artwork; it’s a portal to a whimsical world where fantasy and reality coalesce. It invites viewers to momentarily suspend disbelief and immerse themselves in a space where the mundane is transformed into the extraordinary, where playful innocence meets the complexities of modern expression. In this space, Nakamishi redefines the boundaries of neo-pop art, infusing it with a unique blend of personal expression, cultural homage, and a touch of whimsical fantasy.