Fumi Nakamura was born in December 1984 in a small town called Shimizu outside of Shizuoka, Japan. Fumi grew up surrounded by beautiful mountains and the ocean and this environment has had a lasting effect on her work. She moved to the United States just before her 12th birthday with her mother and brother. Fumi spent her middle school to college years in beautiful Northern California where she graduated from San Jose State University with a BFA Pictorial Arts degree in the fall of 2007.

Fumi currently lives in the New York City area where she works as a freelance illustrator and designer in addition to being part of Takashi Murakami’s Kaikai Kiki production company. Her work has shown the world over as well as taking part in the prestigious Semi-Permanent design event in Australia (2005).

Current and Previous Works by Fumi Nakamura

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  • “The One of Us”

    (2019)
    $750
    Available
    Gouache, colored pencil and graphite on paper
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

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    • LAX / MSY
  • “Tomorrow Is Our Permanent Address”

    (2012)
    $2,500
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    Graphite and color pencil
    16" × 20"
    41 × 51 cm

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    • Our Hands Will Eventually Destroy Everything Beautiful (project)
  • “The Relation Between Existence and Coexistence (2)”

    (2012)
    $1,300
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    Graphite and color pencil
    12" × 16"
    30 × 41 cm

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    • Our Hands Will Eventually Destroy Everything Beautiful (project)
  • “The Sun Has Taken Your Warmth, The Moon Has Taken Your Shadow”

    (2012)
    $600
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    Graphite and color pencil
    8" × 8"
    20 × 20 cm

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    • Our Hands Will Eventually Destroy Everything Beautiful (project)
  • “Cyan Dream Therapy”

    (2012)
    $600
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    Graphite and color pencil
    8" × 8"
    20 × 20 cm

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    • Our Hands Will Eventually Destroy Everything Beautiful (project)
  • “Choice | Consequence”

    (2012)
    $550
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    Graphite and color pencil
    8" × 8"
    20 × 20 cm

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    • Our Hands Will Eventually Destroy Everything Beautiful (project)
  • “Shapeshifter (wolves)”

    (2008)
    $750
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    Ink & watercolor on paper (framed)
    11" × 14"
    28 × 36 cm

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    • The Drawing Room
  • “We Find No Vestige of a Beginning, No Prospect of an End”

    (2019)
    $725
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    Gouache, colored pencil and graphite on paper
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

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    • LAX / SFO Pt. III
  • “The Nature Speaks In Its Secret Language That Translates Into Shapes”

    (2011)
    $650
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    Graphite and Color Pencil on Vellum paper
    Framed
    12" × 16"
    30 × 41 cm

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    • Picks Of The Harvest: Culver City Art Walk 2011
  • “The Present is the Ever Moving Shadow That Divides Yesterday From Tomorrow”

    (2019)
    $600
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    Color pencils, graphite and gouache on paper
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

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    • Scope Miami Beach 2019
  • “Tomorrw Is Our Permannent Address (III)”

    (2020)
    $700
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    Gouache, graphite and color pencil
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

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    • POW! WOW! Hawaii: The 7th Annual Exploring The New Contemporary Movement exhibition
  • “The Process in Motion, The Progress in Decay”

    (2012)
    $1,000
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    Graphite and color pencil on bristol
    Kirkland Warbler
    11" × 14"
    28 × 36 cm

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    • with Born Free USA Co-curated by Amanda Erlanson and Andrew Hosner
  • “Like Wearing Your Heart On Your Sleeve”

    (2016)
    $475
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    Graphite and ink on paper
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

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    • LAX / ORD – curated show at Vertical Gallery (Chicago, IL)
  • “Tomorrow Is Our Permanent Address (II)”

    (2019)
    $600
    £500
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    Colored Pencil, Graphite and gouache on paper
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

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    • Moniker 2019 – 12x12s
    • Scope Miami Beach 2019
  • “The Noise Must Become Music”

    (2019)
    $300
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    Gouache, colored pencil and graphite on paper
    Professionally Framed(dimensions are of artwork only)
    10.5" × 10.5"
    27 × 27 cm

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    • Boooooooom x Thinkspace: ‘Seeing Red’ (Main Room)
  • “The Modern World Devotes Vanishing Capacity of Wonder”

    (2019)
    $550
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    Color pencils, graphite and gouache on paper
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

    Shows:

    • Scope Miami Beach 2019
    • LAX / ORD II – Curated by Thinkspace