The MoMa Design Store has launched its Fall/Winter 2019 collection, showcasing product from the likes of Takashi Murakami, Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warhol and more. Within the assortment, items such as sculptures, housewares, games and skateboards have been designed with artists’ signature touches, including several styles exclusively created for the MoMa Design Store.
Highlighted pieces include the Andy Warhol Sunset Triptych Skateboards, which are based on a series of the artist’s sunset screenprints from 1972, as well as the colorful Murakami Flower Cushion that features the popular smiling face motif. Kusama’s recognizable pumpkin and polka-dots are spotlighted in a set of snow globes, while Jean-Michel Basquiat’s graffiti tags are printed on a selection of stainless-steel water canteens. Other items such as Nir Chehanowski’s Globe Light, Takao Inoue’s Van Gogh Sunflower Object d’Art and the Keith Haring Chess Set bring in a variety of other categories to the mix.
Prices range from $38 USD for the chess set, up to $600 USD each for the Warhol skateboards. Check out the styles now and view the entire collection by visiting the MoMa Design Store’s e-commerce shop.
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An Andy Warhol #MoMAExclusive: In 1972, Warhol created a series of triple-screened sunset prints for the renovation of a Minneapolis hotel. This limited edition of 500, produced by The Skateroom, features two reproductions from this series available on skateboards for the first time. Link in bio. #MoMADesignStore #AndyWarhol