Louis Vuitton investit nos rêves les plus fous
An Ad’ campaign for LOUIS VUITTON by Mamoru Hosoda. an updated alice in wonderland, in which a girl, searching for her lost cell phone, floats in a dizzying world of the company’s logos. While waiting to meet her friends outside of a Louis Vuitton store, Aya’s cell phone is eaten by the LV Panda, who then promptly swallows Aya – but the inside of his stomach is gateway to a psychadelic wonderland. Based on characters created by famed superflat artist Takashi Murakami.
The LOUIS VUITTON store featured in this video is the Omotesando in Tokyo, Japan.
The song featured in this movie:
Fantastic Plastic Machine – “Different Colors”
The original video on YouTube!
The director of the Digimon movie is the same person who directed this movie: Mamoru Hosoda.
Marc Jacobs and Takashi Murakami collaborated to create the fresh looking multicolore design for Louis Vuitton.
Takashi Murakami has featured his artwork along with Louis Vuitton’s collaborated products at MOCA, Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art. The limited Murakami edition of Louis Vuitton’s Neverfull bag is one of the most sought after items for Fall 2007. The newest character added on the Louis Vuitton monogram pattern is the Chibi Kinoko on the Agenda PM. (thanks to Gabriel )