A word of warning when preparing to check out the indoor part of the exhibition, It's a VERY long walk up a hill. As we came out I took a photo and you can see the café at the starting point as a grain of sand in the sea of green.
It's well worth the walk though that's for sure. As soon as you enter the lofty space of the Longside Gallery you're once again instantly jarred by the larger than life scale of the sculptures. Classic pieces like his 'Companion' and 'Accomplice' sat alongside 8ft Canvas acrylics that were painted specifically for the show while Kaws' spent two weeks living at the gallery space. The works were more of an abstraction of his straight forward character adaptations, layers of vibrant colour sat above jagged monochrome edges resembling cartoons.
Overall we all really enjoyed the whole show, I was excited enough just to see some of his work in person after missing out the last time he had something up in London by a couple of days. It's on until 12th June, and you can find more information over on their website at www.ysp.co.uk
I couldn't resist getting a few more images of the outdoor pieces on the way back before the weather started closing in again.