Artist Kevin Dart kicked off the summer with the trailer for A Kiss From Tokyo starring his sexy female superspy, Yuki 7. Now the much-anticipated book, Seductive Espionage: The World of Yuki 7, will be launched this Friday at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA.
The latest release from indie-art house Fleet Street Scandal chronicles the production of this imaginary 1960's spy film franchise. On display will be original Yuki 7 artwork from Kevin Dart, Chris Turnham, Scott Morse, Megan Brain, Don Shank, Elizabeth Ito, Bill Presing, and many more illustrious talents from the animation and fine art communities. The swinging soiree will include the authors, artists, and fans.
To celebrate, Fleet Street Scandal has reserved some special treats for a few lucky Boing Boing readers. Enter to win by tweeting the title of your own dream movie and tagging it #yuki7. One grand prize winner will receive a Collector's Edition of the book from a limited run of just 100 copies, which includes a set of 4 exclusive mini prints and a custom slipcase. A second prize winner will receive a signed copy of the book, and a third prize winner will receive a Yuki 7 t-shirt. Contest ends July 4th.
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