Miho Murakami (1987 -) is a Japanese graphic designer who has been active in the field since 2010. She has worked on a wide range of different projects from advertising campaigns to product design, and a solo exhibition at the Intimissimi Art Space in Shibuya will explore her creations. Most of Murakami's works incorporate motifs of plants and animals, and combine elements of both analog (hand-drawn) and digital graphic design.
All of the pieces on show at the exhibition will be available for purchase, so if you're looking for some unique artwork to adorn your walls be sure to stop by and explore what's on offer.
The Intimissimi Art Space is located around three minutes on foot from Shibuya Station, which is served by various lines including the JR Yamanote Line and the Tokyo Metro Ginza, Hanzomon, and Fukutoshin lines. As there is no dedicated parking lot for the art space, public transportation is advised wherever possible.
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