Bobby Baker is a woman, and an artist. She lives in London. In a career spanning nearly four decades she has, amongst other things, made a life-sized edible version of her family and driven around the streets of London strapped to the back of a truck yelling at passers by through a megaphone to ‘Pull Yourselves Together.'
This boxset brings together all 9 DVDs in the Bobby Baker series, for a specially-discounted price of £120 (R.R.P if bought separately: £135).
The set, covering many of Baker's seminal works, includes Drawing on a Mother’s Experience, Cook Dems, Kitchen Show, How to Shop, Take a Peek!, Grown-Up School, Box Story, Table Occasion No 19 and How to Live.
© Bobby Baker, 2008. 9 x PAL-DVD boxset.
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