Miyako Kanamori: Nui-Gurumi (Japanese Edition)

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9784902943450: Miyako Kanamori: Nui-Gurumi (Japanese Edition)
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Admired by a growing group of fans from around the world, Miyako Kanamoris nui-gurumi dolls each have a unique and adorable characteristic. The artists stuffed-dolls, which take the form of much loved animals such as cows, penguins, monkeys and koala bears, for example, are produced from worn out clothes or textiles taken from fashion brand labels such as Kate Spade and Cath Kidson. Following on from a successful edition from a few years ago, this catalogue features 76 unique dolls each depicted one to a page and in full colour.

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Born in 1970, Kanagawa, Japan. Engaged in the works of merchandise planner of sundry goods and stuffed dolls after graduating from university. Started making stuffed animals using worn-out clothes and sundries on freelance basis. Her publications include "Sock & Glove" and "Happy Gloves", which published through Penguin Group in America and has acquired the popularity internationally. Including her annual solo exhibition in December at United Arrows, she has been actively showing her works in several exhibitions in Japan.

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