"At Home With The Furries" by Tom Broadbent is an unique insight into the furry fandom and approaches the subculture with a playful tone whilst treating it with respect and humility.
Being a furry is about more than a costume, it’s a way of life, an identity that you choose. You can be a furry without ever wanting or needing to put on a fursuit. This project represents a nice, soft, fluffy, sometime scaly or feathery route into this fascinating world.
The book consists of portraits of furries from all over Great Britain, beautifully designed, and with a simple text and introduction to all the characters featured.
The cover is a pawprint illustration foil blocked onto flock material, the book contains 29 colour plates plus a sketchbook and essays by Laura Noble and Uncle Kage.
Limited to: 750 copies
Photographs and book concept: Tom Broadbent: www.tombroadbent.com
Essay: Laura Noble
Design: Struktur Design Ltd
Sketchbook Text: Uncle Kage
Cover illustration: Alexandra Tomlin
Book illustrations: Dane Marinkovic
Size: 8 x 11 inch (21 x 28 cm), Portrait
Length: 96 pages