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Book Launch

February 16, 2009 by Ellie

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The Mug is a collaborative project exploring Lucas and Garbay’s working methods. Designed in the style of an alphabetised address book, it catalogues their thoughts and ideas, mixing free-form Anglo-Gallic poetry with various artistic experiments, dabbling in dirt, dominoes, and drinking. Please click here for further product information.

In conjunction with the opening of our second shop, we are hosting a launch of The Mug on Thursday 19th February 2009 at the new shop from 6.00 - 8.00pm. We look forward to seeing you there for the book signing:

14 Hinde Street London W1U 3BG

Lucas and Garbay have also created a special limited edition sculpture in coloured resin,  LOVE IS A BIRD LOVE IS A BURDEN, which will go on sale from 19th February 2009 to coincide with the publication of The Mug. Please click here for further product information.

T-shirts are also available for sale.

To download a free screensaver of the sculpture, in association with The Guardian, click here.

To read The Independent's interview with Sarah Lucas and Olivier Garbay, click here.

To read The Times' review of The Mug, click here.

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