11.06.13 by Jeff

KAWS “GISWIL”

KAWS GISWIL Art Basel
The KAWS show “GISWIL” just opened at More Gallery as part of Art Basel, in Switzerland. I really wish I could see these giant wooden companion sculptures in person! See more photos below!

KAWS GISWIL Art Basel

KAWS GISWIL Art Basel

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Guy

    I wish big mainstream artists still made their own art.

    • namloc

      he doesn’t ?….

  • Jason Williams

    Waste of space and wood. This is just overly indugent and useless really. I don’t think anyone can look at these and feel any geniune reaction other than “wow big cartoon characters”. In conclusion Kaws blows





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