On CBS Sunday Morning, a video feature on the street artist KAWS, aka Brian Donnelly, 38, whose Companion character was a float in this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. The gray-and-white creature "who's a little too shy to show his face" floated in the parade right next to Mickey and Donald and other icons. In his native Jersey City, KAWS' faded tags "can still be seen on the sides of buildings."
Earlier this year, Carol Vogel wrote in the New York Times about the planned parade inclusion of Companion.
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Below, ARTINFO interviewed KAWS in his studio as he put the finishing touches on the floating character (via Sean Bonner).
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