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Frank Ocean’s Homer Publishes New “Mutations” Photography Book

From the cock ring photo to Tyrone Lebon’s photographs of the luxury jewelry company’s catalogs, Frank Ocean has provided fans with some famous visuals since the official release of Homer in 2021. And now, a new book concerning Frank Ocean’s photography is being released by the musician’s high-end publishing house, Homer. “Mutation” is a 48-page book with an MSRP of $75. It’s not brand-new music, but for his fans, it will do for now.

Frank Ocean'S Homer Publishes New &Quot;Mutations&Quot; Photography Book, Yours Truly, News, March 2, 2024

Frank Ocean’s performance at Coachella 2023’s opening Sunday night garnered media attention in April. He performed songs like “Novacane,” “Bad Religion,” and others during the concert that was not streamed before abruptly exiting the stage because of the festival’s curfew. Ocean skipped Coachella’s second weekend, citing what appeared to be a leg injury as the cause.

Despite his “disappointing” performance at Coachella 2023, Frank fans have steadfastly stood by the hero they love. Homer appears to be at least aware of Frank Ocean fans’ apprehension about the high price tags attached to most of the Homer jewelry, which is why the company is also providing more affordable trinkets, accessories, and one-offs like the Mutation book.

Frank Ocean'S Homer Publishes New &Quot;Mutations&Quot; Photography Book, Yours Truly, News, March 2, 2024

Other recent Homer news includes a $25k penis ring and a promise to listen to fan songs, though it’s unclear what happened with the latter. In addition, according to a press release, Fans may get the 48-page booklet produced in America on “tissue-weight paper” for $75. Finally, the homer-released “Mutations” is “a retrospective of artwork from October 19, 2022, to December 22, 2022,” featuring images that Frank Ocean took.

More of what might be anticipated can be seen by scrolling through the site preview, which includes grainy product images, portraits of Frank with a bowl cut, and pictures of him with the mask of the pea-green robot baby he carried with him to the 2021 Met Gala.

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