Katsuya Terada - Hot Pot Girls Zine
Katsuya Terada Hot Pot Girls II Zine
Katsuya Terada x Giant Robot - I Love Coffee Zine 2 + Sticker
Softcover, 24 pages, Measures 5.5 x 8.5 inches, full color. Includes a 2.8 x 3.7" vinyl sticker (girl with green hat)
Released along with Katsuya Terada's Dragon Girl solo art show at our Giant Robot 2 gallery comes this beautifully printed art zine.
I Love Coffee 2 includes various digital drawings by the artist expressing his love and/or neurotic addiction to the magical beverage. What caffeine junky can't relate to that joy?
No Forward for this edition is provided, however, Terada does include one page that reveals what this zine is about.
Katsuya Terada, Rockin' Jelly Bean, Hajime Sorayama - Tokyo Sweet Gwendoline
Softcover, measures 10.2 x 14.2 inches, 72 pages.
A reunion of the world famous masters of erotic art. Four years since the publication of the well-received PUSSYCAT! KILL! KILL! KILL! (9784309920221) dedicated to filmmaker Russ Meyer, three legends of erotic art, Hajime Sorayama, Rockin’ Jelly Bean and Katsuya Terada reunite to bring fans TOKYO SWEET GWENDOLINE. With a nod to fetish photographer John Willie and his legendary fetish magazine Bizarre, which established the aesthetic of modern bondage, these three legends express bondage fetish fantasy worlds in their own style, including 60 artworks in full color.
Order now and get you copy signed by Katsuya Terada himself.
Real Size by Katsuya Terada
Tote bag measure 14 x 16.5 inches
Book Dimensions – 7 x 12 inches and 1 inch thick
Hardcover ( codex binding ), 202 pages
Full Color, in Japanese ( book contains mostly images )
This beautiful book feels like an extra special object. “Codex Binding” allows for the book to be spread fully open to fully enjoy the spreads. 3 pages fold out to reveal stunning, larger images.
The book is wrapped in a glossy cover but take that off and discover beautifully intricate and detailed marker drawings reproduced onto the thick chip board cover.
Towards the back of the book, find a beautifully written excerpt by Terada musing over his need to draw and his frustrations with this addiction. Without spoiling too much, the translation is poetic and profound.