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KAWS: Dissected Companion (brown) - Signed Print

Dissected Companion (brown)
Signed Print

KAWS

£20,000-£25,000 Guide

This estimate blends recent public auction records with our own private sale data and network demand.

Screenprint, 2006
Signed Print Edition of 100
H 51cm x W 51cm

Critical Review

The print can be viewed alongside other works that are part of the Companion collection, a body of artworks dedicated to depicting KAWS’ beloved cartoon character. Dissected Companion (brown) also comes in a different iteration, Dissected Companion (black), in which Companion stands against a black backdrop and is given bright and bold, multi-coloured organs.

KAWS developed Companion while experimenting with graffiti in New York and he appears frequently in the artist’s works, characterised by his Mickey Mouse style body, skull and crossbone head and crossed out eyes. Along with Companion, KAWS has created other characters that frequently reappear in his works, such as Accomplice, Chum and Bendy. The artist’s creation of a stock of cartoon characters has led him to be compared to the prominent artist of the 20th century, Keith Haring, who similarly produced an impressive collection of repeated icons and motifs, such as the radiant baby, angel, flying devil and barking dog.

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