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When you think of KAWS and his studio, the place in which he would allow his creative expression to run free, you may imagine a playground of colour, some light hoarding and enough visual delights to make you go cross-eyed.

The last thing I expected from architectural firm WonderWall Inc. was sleek minimalism, wide-open spaces, steel and glass contrasts, loads of white interior and no clutter. But that’s exactly what I should have expected – did I mention they’re Japanese?


“This Is Not A Toy” Exhibition, co-curated by Pharrell Williams
MTV explain the mechanics of KAWS’ VMA Moonman
Watch: KAWS @ PAFA interview