Do The Polka (Dot)! Love's iPad App Let's Us Embrace Our Inner Artist

Perhaps you won't be able to witness the Yayoi Kusama exhibit live at the Whitney Musuem in NYC or be willing to drop a load of cash on her latest partnership with Louis Vuitton, but there is still plenty of fun to be had in light of the recent attention that's been given to the revered Japanese artist. Love magazine, and their iPad app, have teamed up with the of-the-moment, art-meets-fashion collab for a special interactive feature.
Polka dots are the main theme of the recent app feature — as well as much of Kusama's body of work — as they dance across the screen at the iPad user's will. Maybe we can't all have the vision, skill, or — let's be frank — patience of the artist whose attention to dotted details is admittedly obsessive, but at least we can get in on the action with just the flick of a finger.
Styled by Love's EIC Katie Grand, check out the preview video below of the latest worthwhile time waster. Follow the dots and keep your eyes peeled as Kusama's face and famous red bob pops up across the screen (oh, hello!), and the Louis Vuitton collection takes center stage. Download it here, then join in on the polka (dot) dance.
Photo: Via Love

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