KYARY PAMYU PAMYU ARTWORKS 2011-2016 | STEVE NAKAMURA

Price:
USD $30.00 postpaid (international SAL shipping included)
Designers:
Steve Nakamura & IDEA
Publisher:
Seibundo Shinkosha
Categories:
All + Idea + Publications

This 272-page, full color English/Japanese bilingual book explores the art direction, design, and art that has both surrounded and defined the career of Harajuku-centered musician and fashion model Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. Often considered the hyper-kawaii Japanese equivalent to Lady Gaga, this book looks at the work of KPP’s designer and art director Steve Nakamura over the course of the first five years of her career.

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This softcover book is extraordinarily visual, brimming with imagery and featuring bilingual text written by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Steve Nakamura. Wrapped in a 4-color jacket with UV spot coating, KYARY PAMYU PAMYU ARTWORKS 2011-2016 is a visceral examination of contemporary Japanese pop graphics.

A perfect gift for designers, fans, and people interested in contemporary Japanese aesthetics.

Includes a bound-in page of kiss-cut Kyary Pamyu Pamyu stickers created especially for this book. きゃりーぱみゅぱみゅ!

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