Book cover, "Kaws: He Eats Alone" is written in bold white font over a close up patterned background with red and burgundy spots and a wavy strip of orange and green checkered pattern.
Overhead view of book, displaying the stack of pages with a black and white pattern design.
Open two page book spread with a fold out page. Features various renditions of a Kaws illustration, displaying it in different stages of creation.
Open two page book spread with fold out page, featuring photographs of Kaws sculpture of a figure carrying two children figures in each arm.
Open two page book spread with fold out page, featuring photographs of various colored and designed Kaws sculptures.

KAWS: He Eats Alone

Regular price $ 65.00

Hardcover, measures  8.20 x 10.10 x 1.20 inches, 322 pages.

Multidisciplinary artist KAWS was first known for his work as a graffiti artist and his A clothbound collection of KAWS’ instantly recognizable riffs on pop culture, featuring bold graphics and a familiar cast of characters

This publication documents the artist’s first exhibit in the Middle East, with more than 40 key pieces in sculpture and painting from the last two decades. The exhibit in Doha, Qatar, and its accompanying catalog also feature a number of KAWS’ commercial collaborations alongside his 5-meter-tall sculpture Companion (Passing Through) and his inflatable 40-meter-tall piece Holiday. Bound in cloth, this volume is a gorgeous collection of KAWS’ most exciting work.

Brian Donnelly (born 1974), known professionally by his graffiti tag KAWS, is the mastermind behind one of today’s most recognizable artistic brands. A graffiti artist since adolescence, Donnelly received his BFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts in 1996. He then worked as a background artist for animated TV programs before becoming an independent designer. He has worked with artists like Kanye West and collaborated with brands such as Supreme, Nike and Comme des Garçons. He is currently represented by Skarstedt Gallery in New York.