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The design duo Kai & Sunny created the covers for David Mitchell's novels Cloud Atlas and Number 9 Dream. He has repaid them by writing a short story to accompany their latest exhibition, The Flower Show.
Published June 6th 2011 (first published January 1st 2011)

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The design duo Kai & Sunny created the covers for David Mitchell's novels Cloud Atlas and Number 9 Dream. He has repaid them by writing a short story to accompany their latest exhibition, The Flower Show (currently running at the Stolen Space Gallery in Brick Lane). Listen to Chris Moran reading the story, over images from the exhibition.

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The design duo Kai & Sunny created the covers for David Mitchell's novels Cloud Atlas and Number 9 Dream. He has repaid them by writing a short story to accompany their latest exhibition, The Flower Show (currently running at the Stolen Space Gallery in Brick Lane). Listen to Chris Moran reading the story, over images from the exhibition

http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/audio...
Ana Rînceanu
Listening to this short story and watching the video, really made me regret not going to the exhibition. Still, this was a lovely story about looking back at your life while outside your house, in the garden. In case I forget here is the link:
http://www.theguardian.com/books/audi...
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