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KAWS

Kaws Tokyo First mini poster, 2001

Offset lithograph. Unframed.
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 in
29.8 × 21 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$400
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: $45 continental US, $90 rest of world
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In 1996, Brian Donnelly, now known by his moniker KAWS, moved to New York and met fellow street …

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In 1996, Brian Donnelly, now known by his moniker KAWS, moved to New York and met fellow street artist Barry McGee, who had a key to the city’s phone booths. KAWS soon devised a strategy: break into the booths, remove their advertising posters, add his own graffiti to the posters, and then reinstall them back in the …

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A relic from the early days of streetwear culture in 2001, this mini poster features a photograph …

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A relic from the early days of streetwear culture in 2001, this mini poster features a photograph by reknowned photographer David Sims reworked by KAWS in his interventionist style. A Kimpsons Krusty the Clown is in the background while a KAWS Bendy wraps itself around the model. On the reverse is information about …

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Publisher
Parco Gallery, Tokyo
Condition details
Fine condition
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KAWS
American, b. 1974
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KAWS is a multi-faceted artist straddling the worlds of art and design in his prolific body of work …

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KAWS is a multi-faceted artist straddling the worlds of art and design in his prolific body of work that ranges from paintings, murals, and large-scale sculptures to product design and toy-making. His iconic “XX” signature has its roots in the beginning of his career as a street artist in the 1990s, when he began …

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About the work
Provenance

In 1996, Brian Donnelly, now known by his moniker KAWS, moved to New York and met fellow street …

Read more

In 1996, Brian Donnelly, now known by his moniker KAWS, moved to New York and met fellow street artist Barry McGee, who had a key to the city’s phone booths. KAWS soon devised a strategy: break into the booths, remove their advertising posters, add his own graffiti to the posters, and then reinstall them back in the …

Read more
Alpha 137 Gallery
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A relic from the early days of streetwear culture in 2001, this mini poster features a photograph …

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A relic from the early days of streetwear culture in 2001, this mini poster features a photograph by reknowned photographer David Sims reworked by KAWS in his interventionist style. A Kimpsons Krusty the Clown is in the background while a KAWS Bendy wraps itself around the model. On the reverse is information about …

Read more
Publisher
Parco Gallery, Tokyo
Condition details
Fine condition
Price ranges of small prints by KAWS
Learn more
Browse works in this category
$400–$600
This work
$0
$4,200+
KAWS
American, b. 1974
Follow

KAWS is a multi-faceted artist straddling the worlds of art and design in his prolific body of work …

Read more

KAWS is a multi-faceted artist straddling the worlds of art and design in his prolific body of work that ranges from paintings, murals, and large-scale sculptures to product design and toy-making. His iconic “XX” signature has its roots in the beginning of his career as a street artist in the 1990s, when he began …

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KAWS

Kaws Tokyo First mini poster, 2001

Offset lithograph. Unframed.
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 in
29.8 × 21 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$400
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: $45 continental US, $90 rest of world
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