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Attaboy’s New Book of Butts and Hugs Tour to New York

Hi-Fructose Co-founder Attaboy's latest strange book, The Little Book of Butts, is now in stock in our store! His funny and strange new book, limited to 750 copies, will cause you to never look at butts the same way again. Attaboy will be headed to New York to do signings for the book and the second printing of The Book of Hugs at AFA Gallery in SoHo, Desert Island comics in Brooklyn, and Haven Gallery on Long Island on February 12th, 13th, and 14th. There will be Q&As and special items from his archives at the events. Show up on time to score rare back issues of Hi-Fructose (while they last). There will also be a mini art show at AFA Gallery, featuring Attaboy's drawings and spray painted, hand cut stencil pieces.

Hi-Fructose Co-founder Attaboy’s latest strange book, The Little Book of Butts, is now in stock in our store! His funny and strange new book, limited to 750 copies, will cause you to never look at butts the same way again.

Attaboy will be headed to New York to do signings for the book and the second printing of The Book of Hugs at AFA Gallery in SoHo, Desert Island comics in Brooklyn, and Haven Gallery on Long Island on February 12th, 13th, and 14th. There will be Q&As and special items from his archives at the events. Show up on time to score rare back issues of Hi-Fructose (while they last). There will also be a mini art show at AFA Gallery, featuring Attaboy’s drawings and spray painted, hand cut stencil pieces.


Author and Hi-Fructose Co-founder Attaboy

Check out a complete schedule of his signings and more info below.

To order the limited edition The Little Book of Butts click here.

February 11th at Desert Island comics in Brooklyn

February 12th at AFA Gallery in SoHo 5-8pm
Q&A at 7pm
With special mini art show by Attaboy.

February 13th at Haven Art Gallery in Northport, Long Island 6-8pm (Facebook event page)
Q&A at 6:15pm

Samples from the New The Little Book of Butts:

Art by Attaboy:

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