This Takashi Murakami Flower Pan Lets You Make Kawaii Pancake Art At Home To Start The Day With A Smile – Design You Trust

This Takashi Murakami Flower Pan Lets You Make Kawaii Pancake Art At Home To Start The Day With A Smile


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Takashi Murakami is one of the most famous Japanese artists in the world. Even if you don’t recognise his name, you will definitely recognise his signature multi-coloured smiling sunflowers. These have appeared as recurring motifs on everything from Louis Vuitton bags to the UNIQLO x Billie Eillish UT collection. This time, the design appears on the limited edition Takashi Murakami flower pan, released as a collab between the artist and Japanese fashion magazine, Smart.

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The Takashi Murakami flower pan comes as a gift bundled with Smart magazine’s April issue (pictured above). Due to the overwhelming popularity of the pan, pre-orders for the particular issue were quickly sold out.


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Design-wise, the pan is simple. It is molded to resemble Takashi Murakami’s smiley-face flower so you can make pancakes bearing the shape of the logo. The flowers are also printed 5 times on the handle, in one neat row.


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