On the eve before his solo show at Honor Fraser, KAWS kicked things off with, “I Can’t Feel My Face,” a VIP party and art exhibition at Culver City’s Japanese-style maid cafe Royal/T. Party-goers were surrounded with a stunning array of artwork and sculptural pieces from over 25 contemporary artists, hand-picked by KAWS from owner and collector Susan Hancock’s collection.
Another huge treat for those in attendance was the OriginalFake pop-up shop set up inside the space, featuring limited edition merchandise and toys, including a t-shirt designed exclusively for the event, a few sets of the “Warm Regards” ice cream bars, and the KAWS companion area rugs.
Keep it tuned to AM for coverage from “The Long Way Home” show opening tonight at Honor Fraser. For now, check out all of the photos from the party and a clip of DJ Jus Ske on the ones and twos after the jump.