Brian Donnelly, the pop artist who's professionally knowns as Kaws, recently released a new series of prints, which were dubbed 'The News.'
To create the prints, the artist collaborated with Pace Prints, a fine arts publisher that's been around since the late 1960s. The News prints have a circular shape to them and like much of Kaws' work, make use of bold color combinations that instantly attract the eyes. Each print is a close-up of one of the artist's unique characters. All of the prints come with Kaws' signature and his 'X' motif, and only 100 copies are available to consumers.
Those interested in seeing the prints for themselves can find them at Art Basel Miami Beach, where they will be displayed starting December 6th.
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