Kirsten Dunst Does Japanese Anime For Takashi Murakami

by HANNAH LAWRENCE · March 30, 2010

    kirsten dunstIt's dreadfully rainy out, and the Hadron Collider almost destroyed the world while we were sleeping. Luckily enough it didn't, and we've got a video of Kirsten Dunst doing something you should see that will make you happy to be alive, in case you aren't. So...yay world!-

    What did we tell you? It's magnificent, right? Let's give a big round of applause to its creator, Takashi Murakami, a Japanese artist from the 90s who's still blowing our minds in the '10s (yeah, that's not going to work, but you know what we mean). A Tokyo native, Murakami has an MFA and PhD from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and is famous for blending anime with live action. As we can see. But Kirsten also deserves some recognition, because it must have been difficult to look at... you-know-exactly-what the size of you-know-whats all day long.

    [image via dailymail]