Collaboration exhibition “BLACK CAT ROBIN” by FM802 and Kuroneko Design
2019. 11. 22 Fri. - 2020. 3. 08 Sun.
(The tour and closing days and hours of each venue are in accordance with the venue.
Collaboration exhibition "BLACK CAT ROBIN" by FM802 and Kuroneko Design
2020/2/22 Sat.-3/8 Sun.*
*Open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays during the exhibition period.
2 / 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 3/1, 6, 7, 8
2/22 17:00-19:00 Opening Reception
(1-7-13, Nakazakinishi 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka)
12:00 - 19:00
Kuroneko Takumi is a unit that has gained popularity for its picture books and original goods featuring the character "Kuroneko Robin-chan," who has pointy claws, a snarl, and a cocky, oblique look in her eyes.
BLACK CAT ROBIN" was held simultaneously in Tokyo and Fukuoka at the end of 2019 as a collaborative exhibition between Kuroneko Design and FM802/FM COCOLO and was well received. DMOARTS will now publish the picture book "Kuroneko Robin-chan Biroon", the third book by Kuroneko Design, and at the same time hold the "BLACK CAT ROBIN" Osaka exhibition at THE STORIES in Nakazaki-cho.
In addition to new picture books, art including prints will be exhibited and sold.
In addition, original "Kuroneko Robin-chan" goods will be available in collaboration with FM802, including calendars, stationery, and special greeting cards that you will want to give as gifts.
Look forward to Lobin-chan products that can only be purchased at the respective exhibition venues!
Some of them will also be available at the online store "RADIPASSTORE" starting Thursday, December 7!
Kuro-Neko Robin-chan 2019 Calendar starting in March
Kuroneko Robin-chan Greeting Card
Kuroneko Robin-chan Fabric (knit cap, hand towel, limited color tote bag)
Acrylic key holder - limited advance design (left: Tokyo, right: Fukuoka exhibition)
Since its launch in 2011, Kuro-Neko Takumi has gained popularity for its picture books and original goods featuring the character "Kuro-Neko Robin-chan," who has pointy claws and a snarl on his face and a cocky, oblique look in his eyes.
With a sophisticated design sense cultivated as a commercial illustrator and nostalgic details, he continues to distinguish himself from other illustrations and characters.
[Tokyo] November 22 (Fri) - December 30 (Mon)
(Asakusa BANK BED GALLERY, 2-8-5 Nishi Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035)
[Fukuoka] December 7 (Sat) - January 4, 2020 (Sat)
(Ropponmatsu Tsutaya, 4-2-1 Ropponmatsu, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, 810-0044, Japan)
December 7(Sat) 15:00~16:00 Gallery Talk!
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