Flowers Bloom, Butterflies Come

@ Kajioka, Miho


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Published in March 2021, Flowers Bloom, Butterflies Come is a collaboration between Japanese photographer Miho Kajioka and British musicians Ian Hawgood and Craig Tattersall. This book is already sold out by the publisher, before its actual release!

We are offering IIKKI's books since 2018 and we are now also offering the music in physical format (vinyl or CD); please make your choice (book, book + LP, book + CD) under the price before adding the item to your cart.

If you do not purchase the physical format of the music, and this is true for all IIKKI publications, the book itself includes a coupon that allows you to listen online to the full musical piece composed by Toàn for this project. A portion of this piece can be listened to on the publisher's website.

The publisher did not provide an introduction to the project, the images and the music will speak for themselves...

Book: 750 hand-numbered and hand-stamped copies, printed on Munken Print Cream

Vinyl: 300 hand-numbered copies, black vinyl, sleeve on 350g paper.

CD: 200 hand-numbered copies

96 pages - Hardcover

IIKKI Books, 2021

Format : 24 x 22 cm

New - Mint condition

Kajioka, Miho

Miho Kajioka is a Japanese photographer and journalist. In 2018 she published "And, Where Did the Peacocks Go?" with the(M) éditions, an intimate project about the Tōhoku tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011. In 2019, she publishes "So it Goes", a project around time and memory, still with the(M) éditions and in collaboration with IBASHO Gallery; that book was awarded the photobook-of-the-year "Prix Nadar" in France in 2019. A second simplified edition titled "So it Goes So it Goes" was published in 2020. In 2021, she publishes "Flowers Bloom, Butterflies Come" with IIKKI Books, a project that includes a music collaboration with the British artists Ian Hawgood et Craig Tattersall. © Portrait taken from the artist's website
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