Artistically-inclined young Westerners have always found ways into Japanese culture. Artists like Antwan Horfee enthusiastically obsess over the cheap toys and trashy entertainment. Cartoons were Horfee’s gateway into Japanese culture. Once he became an artist and got to visit Japan, his explorations and interests there became increasingly broad. One such interest was the collecting of Menko cards. The game of menko is thought to date back to the 1700s. This book is a carefully curated small part of Horfee’s own collection.
– Limited edition gold painted edges Menko Boys Book.
– Signed edition of 100 Horfee Menko Boys print
– Quadrichromy technique heavy art paper
– 23cm x 31cm
– Signed 72 page zine, with exclusive photography from Melchior Tersen
– Sticker Pack
– Menko T-shirt
– 20 cut Horfee double sided Menko cardsRead less
Artistically-inclined young Westerners have always found ways into Japanese culture. Artists like Antwan Horfee enthusiastically obsess... Read more