Shop > Artists' Books

$49.00Out of Stock

Mr. Peanut Drawings

Vincent Trasov
New Documents
Artists' Books

In 1970, Trasov assumed the identity of Mr. Peanut, donning a handmade paper mâché replica of the mascot of the Planters Peanut Company. Soon after, he produced The Mr. Peanut Mayoralty Campaign of 1974, a twenty-day performance developed in collaboration with members of the Vancouver arts community. The legume quickly became Trasov’s cipher and central component of his practice. Mr. Peanut Drawings collects nearly a hundred of Trasov’s Peanut drawings together with a text by Nancy Tousley.

Hardcover, case-bound, b/w
Edition of 1000

  1. vincent trasov mr peanut drawings

Related Items

  1. Vincent Trasov: My ’Five Years in a Nutshell’
  2. Ken Kagami: Freaky Dog and Freaky Boy
  3. Vincent Trasov: Word Paintings
  4. Bernhard Cella and Michael Horsky: Familienalbum
  5. Peter Hauenschild : Montagne Sainte-Victoire
  6. Bas Jan Ader: Discover File 143/76
  7. Arvo Leo: Emperors of Ice Cream
  8. Sarah Smith: Super Head
  9. Ingo Giezendanner: GRR61
  10. Das Wunder des Lebens
  11. Paul McDevitt: The Cant
  12. Dave Allen: song drawings / paintings 1996 - 2005 (Bootleg Series #4)
  13. David Hartt: Belvedere
  14. Seth Fluker and Sheila Heti: Seth and Sheila Stayed Behind
  15. Maria Bussmann: Waldrolle
  16. Wesley Mulvin: Drawings: dogs, nudes, plans, other
  17. Carl David Rutton: Gridlock
  18. Katie Lyle and Jacquelyn Ross: Drawings on Yellow Paper
  19. Susanne Kohler: I Would Like
  20. Rick Myers: Afterimages
  21. Mark G. MacKinnon: Adapted Remnant Groudslab Transfer Drawings 2009-2015
  22. Brain Trust
  23. Marcel Dzama: More Famous Drawings
  24. Jo Cook, Wesley Mulvin, Owen Plummer, and Terry Plummer: Exquisite Dino Corp.
  25. Tobias Madison: Drawings
  26. Euan Macdonald: Selected Standards
  27. Zin Taylor: Void Flowers
  28. Galia Pasternak: Clips
  29. Rob Churm: Flicking Glass Snails
  30. Collin Johanson: Directional Work
  31. Maryse Larivière: Hummzinger
  32. Misaki Kawai: Pencil Exercise
  33. Roni Horn: Hack Wit