Published Jun 03, 2015Bearded freak folkie Devendra Banhart is always dabbling in something. Before he releases a follow-up to 2013's Mala, he's releasing two art books.
The first book of the two has the ridiculously cringe-worthy title of I Left My Noodle on Ramen Street and collects Banhart's drawings, paintings and mixed media from the last decade.
An official write-up from publisher Prestel Books claims that "this book reveals that his visual creations are as sophisticated as his music, and worthy of attention," adding that it's "a multi-dimensional portrait of a talented artist and an exciting glimpse into his creative process."
I Left My Noodle on Ramen Street will arrive on June 10. This follows Unburdened by Meaning, a recent collaboration with Adam Tullie that was just released by Anteism.
For more Banhart, the artist recently shared an eight-minute film documenting his South American tour. You can watch it in full below.