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Freaky Dog and Freaky Boy

Ken Kagami
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11 × 18 cm
96 pages

Freaky Dog and Freaky Boy, tells the story of the complicated relationship between a dog and boy through a collection of 46 drawings by Ken Kagami.

Ken Kagami is a Tokyo based artists whose work uses parody and appropriation to rework familiar cultural icons in whimsical, often uncomfortable ways. Past projects have included his 2015 “intimate portrait session” at the Frieze, London, and collaborations with the band Deerhoof. Since 2010, Kagami has operated the Strange Store, a retail space in Tokyo that sells clothing, objects, and printed ephemera.

Softcover, perfect-bound.
First edition.

  1. Freaky Dog and Freaky Boy

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