Yoshitomo Nara Doggy Radio

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Popular Japanese contemporary artist Yoshitomo Nara has designed Doggy Radio, a fully functional radio that comes with a red nose that lights up when turned on. The nose also functions as a radio dial and the volume is controlled underneath the dog’s chin.

The plastic polymer tabletop dog is priced at $2,500 with an edition size of 3,000 worldwide. Pace Prints is the exclusive seller in North America, who’ve been alloted 500 and of which they sold 45 at Art Miami, according to Artnet.

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