He likes you

A set of three folded origami-type fortune tellers (also known as “cootie catchers”) inspired by the fortune tellers made by the generations of elementary school girls. Letterpress printed in three colors and photocopy collaged, with images ranging from actual-size condoms to Bruce Lee. He Likes You takes a painful look at the complex interactions of boys, girls, racial isolation and nerdiness, the mysteries of hetero sex, popularity, and going steady.


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