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How Are You Feeling? by David Shrigley


Produced to coincide with David Shrigley's latest exhibition at the Cornerhouse Manchester, you can buy his new self-help book 'How Are You Feeling?'.

The book is available at a special exhibition price of £10, and takes you on a journey around the human brain starting with the eye, ear, taste and smell in Shrigley's typical quirky and humorous style.

The book promises to make you feel better, and to give you an idea of what to expect take a look at the promotional trailer above.

The exhibition itself runs until the 6 January 2013 so you still have plenty of time to get to Manchester to see it.

Purchase the book and find more on the Cornerhouse website
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