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Andrew Rae

Mr F Furter

Super Superficial

£38.00 GBP

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    Frank didn't feel old, in fact in human years he was only six. His KC certificate hung on the wall, a constant reminder of his genetic pedigree and the source of his pain. He wasn't a happy dog and his days of chasing badgers were far behind him. He looked at his best friend, the cane, and barked aloud "all I want for Christmas is a longer lead and a shorter spine".

    About Andrew Rae

    Andrew Rae is a London based illustrator and member of the Illustration collective Peepshow. Although based in Blighty, Andrew's clientele is worldwide, The Washington Post, Nintendo and US Esquire to name a few. More recently he has released 'Moonhead and The Music Machine', his debut graphic novel with Nobrow Press. He also occasionally moonlights as a popstar, in a musical collaboration with fellow artists Jim Stoten, Nick White and Owen Gildersleeve, otherwise known as Owen and the Eyeballs.

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    "Super Superficial has worked with luminaries such as David Shrigley and Mike Perry in the past but now tends toward less established collectives such as Evening Tweed. Prepare to be mesmerised by the rows of tees by artists like Louise Z Pomeroy, Tom Baxter and Adam Bridgland who each contribute to the brand. Much of the range is unmistakably London, whether it's the "Soho Bobby" or "Moustache on Queen" design, and the whole collection is locally produced." - Toby Orton, SHOPIKON London

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