Japanese artist Takashi Murakami recently opened his exhibition Arhat at Blum & Poe gallery in Los Angeles. His multicolor works are on full display alongside his intricate sculptures. The artist held the exhibition to coincide with his first live-action feature film Jellyfish Eyes (you can watch the trailer for the film here if you're curious). His work continues to show his interest in Japanese nihonga painting and animation. Watch an interview that Hypebeast did with him below: