Every week we curate notable art releases by diverse artists, studios, and art platforms across the globe. Listed items typically encompass limited edition artworks, books, collectible figures and more. We hope these pieces will add visual interest to your space and elevate your aesthetic sensibilities.
For this week’s installment: The Skateroom commemorates the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s retrospective on Yoshitomo Nara with limited edition skate decks, London-based artist Philip Colbert releases a new Hunt Sculpture edition to raise funds for COVID-19 relief charities, Japanese artist Kojiro Matsumoto teams up with Moosey Art on a seven-color screenprint, Medicom Toy and KRINK NYC connect on collaborative rug mats, and Robert “3D” Del Naja of Massive Attack drops a PROTECTION print edition to support the Bristol Food Union.
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Yoshitomo Nara Time-Limited Edition Untitled Skate Deck
Release Date: Available now on The Skateroom’s website
Release Price: Prices range between $250 USD and $600 USD
To commemorate the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s retrospective on Yoshitomo Nara, The Skateroom has partnered with the acclaimed Japanese artist and the institution to offer three limited skateboard editions comprised of two triptychs and a standalone skate deck. The designs for the collaborative series were inspired by a trio of major works from the momentous presentation: Untitled, Alone in the wind, and Peace Girl.
APPortfolio and Philip Colbert HUNT Sculpture
Release Date: Available May 14 on APPortfolio’s website
Release Price: $495 USD
London-based artist Philip Colbert launched a multi-platform campaign called Art Against the Virus to raise funds for charities working on COVID-19 relief worldwide. As part of the initiative, Colbert teamed up with APPortfolio to release a limited edition Hunt Sculpture. Arriving in an edition of 300, the work stands 30 centimeters high and features the artist’s signature lobster subject fighting against a monstrous creature. All profits will go directly to the International Rescue Committee.
Kojiro Matsumoto Seven-Color Screenprint
Release Date: Available May 13 on Moosey Art’s
Release Price: TBD
Japanese artist Kojiro Matsumoto is teaming up with art platform Moosey Art on a limited seven-color screen print featuring an original work. The figurative-meets-abstract piece features Matsumoto’s rough brushstrokes that form a closely-cropped view of an anime-inspired subject’s face.
Medicom Toy and KRINK NYC Rug Mat
Release Date: Available now on Medicom Toy’s website
Last month, Craig “KR” Costello of KRINK NYC launched his first monograph with Rizzoli. Now, the influential graffiti artist just released limited edition apparel and accessories for his brand in partnership with Medicom Toy. One of the highlights are black rug mats featuring the graffiti’s drippy hand tag logo of the label.
Release Price: ￥18,500 JPY (approx. $167 USD)
Robert “3D” Del Naja PROTECTION Print
Release Date: Available now on Fire Sale’s website
Release Price: £120 GBP (approx. $147 USD)
British artist and Massive Attack frontman, Robert “3D” Del Naja recently unveiled a new print edition called PROTECTION. The two-color, figurative artwork portrays a grainy human-like subject covered with bold visuals of blue hands and the words “protection” and “Bristol” beneath it. The blue color was inspired by the National Health Service’s official logo. All proceeds from the sale of the prints will go directly to the Bristol Food Union that is providing support to restaurants, local farmers, and producers impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.