Occupy Deluxe Tentacles at Louis Vuitton

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19 Responses to “Occupy Deluxe Tentacles at Louis Vuitton”

  1. Greeting card edition: “LVMH’s latest Brand Ambassadors did not last long on the job”

  2. Tavie says:

    Hahahaha!!! That’s brilliant, Pike and Mrs Pike!!! So impish!

  3. IndexMe says:

    It looks like he’s having fun. But.. well I hate to sound like a hater but the disturbing/exciting part of the design is Yayoi Kusama’s dots and tentacles, none of which are actually on the mask which looks like bruised meat. Okay I sound like a hater.. sorry. The most disturbing part is the lifelike figurine of Kusama in the window on Omotesando actually, so I guess I’m very glad his mask does not have orange hair or dark glasses.
    http://therocknologist.com/2012/09/10/yayoi-kusama-louis-vuitton-colloboration-omotesando-store/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/furdis/7695933510/

  4. Samuel Sherman says:

    I don’t understand your intention here. Occupying Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama?

  5. blueelm says:

    Actually I find the statement of a LV (knockoff) occupy mask really funny and clever.

    This could be a series: Prada, Gucci,D&G, etc…

  6. Robert Cruickshank says:

    Occupy? Shouldn’t it be occupodes? 

  7. David Pescovitz says:

    New headline:
    “How I spent my vacation”
    by Rob Beschizza

    (Nice work, pal.)

  8. haineux says:

    I think part of the jape is the LV is exceptionally touchy about people using their trademarks in ANY way at all — sue first, ask questions later, but I bet the store manager was savvy enough to think, “If I ignore them, maybe they’ll go away.”

    Also: cute mutants doing mutant things are cute.

  9. Halloween_Jack says:

    I too am surprised that they were so sanguine about you using the pattern.

  10. sinkingship3 says:

    For shame, harassing the fair and financially solvent conservatives of Ross Park Mall. And so soon after Uncle Mittens’ little setback. You’re terrible, Muriel.

  11. That_Anonymous_Coward says:

    Occupy R’lyeh

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