Here's the official music video for Pharrell Williams' latest single "It Girl". It's a visual trip that combines lovely anime and nostalgia inducing 8-bit video games with the always colorful imagination of artist Takashi Murakami. It's not so much a music video as it is moving art.
The Murakami chair's attached lamp is powered by kinetic energy produced from the chair's rocking back and forth—deliciously simple and elegant. Oh, and that lampshade? Not a lampshade. That's the actual OLED light source, shaped like a lampshade.
Being a pubescent robot is confusing. Between the strange robo-boners to getting caught sneaking a glance in the girl's locker room, Inochi isn't having much luck.
Takashi Murakami is best known for his crazy anime-influenced art, including the crazy shroom creatures and weird Sailor Moon mutants we featured before. (Not to mention his $5,000 signature Louis Vuitton purses.) But this 19-foot aluminum and titanium Oval Buddha sculpture, which goes on display in Brooklyn on…