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In a world of contradictions, half-measures and watered-down hipster consumerism, COOP is a straight-up master of madness. Combining technical brilliance with a myriad of cultural touchstones, COOP invites the Devil to make playthings out of his hands and it's hard to know who gets the better end of the bargain. His first book in 10 years, Idle Hands: The Art of Coop, has just been released. This weekend, Studio Servitu hosts the book's launch party.

So, COOP, what's your favorite taco?

Carne Asada Tacos at Burrito King on Hyperion.

Thank you!

Get a signed copy of Idle Hands: The Art of Coop here.

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