Remember the music video Kirsten Dunst was spotted doing in Akihabara this past August while donning a pink tutu and blue hair? Well, you are now able to view the video at the Pop Life: Art in a Material World exhibit in London’s Tate Modern Museum.
Details of the Music Video:
Title - Akihabara Majokko Princess
Song - Turning Japanese
Singer - Kirsten Dunst (originally sung by The Vapors)
Duration - about 4 minutes
Location filmed - Akihabara, Japan
This video was a collaboration between director McG (Terminator Salvation) and artist Takashi Murakami (did the bear on Kanye West’s Graduation album). The two met thanks to their manager, Daniel Rappaport, who thought that they would enjoy working together because both talents had a “bright color palette and interest in the iconography of anime.” McG and Murakami met toward the end of last year in Santa Monica, California but it wasn’t until mid-May of this year did they start discussing the collaboration for the Tate Modern Museum.
The video features Dunst dancing around Akihabara in her awesome outfit, surrounded by cosplayers and plush toys. Sounds like an interesting video to watch…..too bad it’s only available at the museum right now. Maybe some how, some way, parts of the video will be posted up on youtube by some frivolous fanboy/fangirl. It seems you can almost find everything on youtube these days…..except for porn. Aww, too bad Ga-In. (Just kidding!)
For those of you who might not get to see the music video, here’s the original MV by The Vapors.
Source:The Wall Street Journal
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