Daniel Lopatin is a Brooklyn-based musician who work as Oneohtrix Point Never (OPN) and is a world-renowned artist draws inspiration from Brian Eno, Aphex Twin and others. He releases experimental and exciting sounds and visuals as OPN, and has worked on a wide variety of projects as Daniel Lopatin, including soundtracks for the Safdie brothers films, “Good Time” and “Uncut Gems,” as well as composing and producing for The Weeknd’s “After Hours.”
OPN’s latest album “Magic Oneohtrix Point Never,” popular artists such as The Weeknd and Arka joined the recording, released globally on October 30th. Based on a fictional radio station broadcast, this work is not only a return to their origin, but also a culmination and the latest model of his work.
To celebrate the release of the long-awaited album, TOKiON the STORE will open OPN pop-up store for a limited time from October 31st to November 15th. The latest album and T-shirts will be on sale as well as other merchandise and works from past popular releases.
The items include T-shirts and long-sleeved shirts from the 2018 album “Age Of.” The bold, intense designs of the album beautifully express the world of OPN.
There are also exclusive T-shirts only sold at Dover Street Market Los Angeles in America with the release of “Love in the Time of Lexapro,” an EP inspired by Christian Lassen’s paintings. These products were designed in collaboration with artist Harmony Korine, a film director who has a close relationship with OPN.
Other essential items include long-sleeved shirts themed on the album “Garden of Delete” (2015) and T-shirts for the album “R Plus Seven” (2013) are also available.
All merchandise is available online at TOKION online store.
An interview with OPN regarding their latest project, “Magic Oneohtrix Point Never,” will be published later. We hope you can enjoy it with the music.