Seeing Spots! A New Way to Be Inspired


Burgandy Basulto is a Content Writer at NAWRB. She has a bachelor’s degree in both English and Philosophy, and a master’s degree in Philosophy. When she’s not reading or writing, she loves running, kickboxing, watching films, trying new restaurants she finds via Yelp, and experiencing other cultures during her travels.

Inspiration, like imagination, is endless. NAWRB’s Graphic Designer went on an exploration for inspiration to enhance the already full of life company NAWRB—an advanced tool for women across the globe that enhances Diversity and Inclusion in all fields for women. What better inspiration than Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama? Ms. Kusama, currently at age 88, has created a scope for the imagination through compulsive repetition of images throughout her life as an artist. She has created multiple experiences through her use of space to immerse people of all ages into another world.

Polkadots, pumpkins, loops, you name it. Ms. Kusama is known for “Pioneering multimedia” and her work “has transcended some of the most important art movements of the second half of the 20th century, including pop art and minimalism.” She is a great example of  a woman who has changed the way art is interpreted with works in the form of paintings, performances, room size presentations, sculptural installations, literary works, films, fashion, design and interventions within existing architectural structures.

Women, take a moment and get inspired, whether inspired by art or inspired by the artist. Yayoi Kusama has, like NAWRB, broken down traditional barriers in the world and created something worth admiration.

To see the work “With All My Love For The Tulips, I Pray Forever” as NAWRB’s Graphic Designer did, visit the Marciano Art Foundation (MAF) in Los Angeles.

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