For a limited time you’ll be able to freshen your breath by popping a piece of contemporary art into your mouth.
On March 16, Belgian confectionary Frisk launched a special collaborative line of art candy, called Frisk Neo, to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
The collaborator is none other than Takashi Murakami, that superfamous creator of superflat pop art.
Though Murakami’s most expensive art pieces have sold for more than $4 million, the Frisk Neo decorated in his original Kaikai Kiki characters and signature skulls cost less than ¥400.
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