Phillipe Kim shares the intimate relationship with a friend lost too soon. Each image showing each person, a pair of images from the two reveaiing glorious and normal moments from these beautiful souls intertwined with humor, fashion, mocktails and art.
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Words by Katie Greenbrown, Music by James Rotchell, Art by Peter Roman.