And Then There Were None

3 color silkscreen print
2010

Created for our exhibition in London by the same name.

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Bunny Ribbons

pencil and digital
2004

Original drawing made for our coloring book, Lactaid Dreams, in 2003.
Color version made for our exhibition at GR2 in 2004.

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Foxy Ladies

pencil and digital
2004

Original drawing made for our coloring book, Lactaid Dreams, in 2003.
Color version made for our exhibition at GR2 in 2004.

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Frollicking Schoolmen

pencil and digital
2004

Original drawing made for our coloring book, Lactaid Dreams, in 2003.
Color version made for our exhibition at GR2 in 2004.

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The Luchador

pencil and digital
2004

Original drawing made for our coloring book, Lactaid Dreams, in 2003.
Color version made for our exhibition at GR2 in 2004.

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Uprisings

digital
2003

Originally created for the cover of Giant Robot Magazine #28, this play on Hokusai's "Great Wave off Kanagawa" has unwittingly become our calling card, for better or for worse. Still a successful piece though, we have to admit.

It has since become the Summer image of the "Seasons of the Bunny" series.

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Bunny Blossoms

digital
2005

The Spring image in the "Seasons of the Bunny" series.

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The Bunnies Fall

digital
2006

The Autumn image in the "Seasons of the Bunny" series.

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Grey Hares (Winter Bunnies)

digital
2007

The Winter piece of the "Seasons of the Bunny" series. Based loosely on Hiroshige's print entitled "Evening Snow Kanbara".

Although the rest of the images were simply done simply to make a pretty image, after everything that has happened in our life since i did the first piece in the series for the cover of Giant Robot 28, this last one ended up having more meaning to us. Winter. Death. The end. The end of this series of images. The idea of it came from thinking about kozy's grandparents who live up in the mountains in Yamanashi. At the time i was making this, kozy's grandpa fell ill and had to be put on a respirator to stay alive (he did end up coming through though and is still hanging in there three months later). This is the only image in the series in which we placed ourselves - its a bit of a love letter to ourselves telling each other we'd like to grow old together.

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Eureka

pencil and digital
2003

A drawing of the original offices of DUBLAB, our friends' fantastic online radio station (for which kozy sometimes DJs for

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