Eames Furniture Source Book

$35

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A detailed look into the influential furniture created by Charles and Ray Eames, the Eames Furniture Source Book delves into the duo’s stunning designs, innovative use of materials and pioneering spirit. Tracing iconic creations (from their moulded plywood collection to their wire chairs) in addition to prototypes, experiments and study models, the book’s insightful text is accompanied by 350 images. It’s a deep dive into the brilliant duo’s melding of science, philosophy and design.

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3D DIY Decorative Insects

$10

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Designed by Amsterdam-based Studio Roof, and printed on recycled cardboard with vegetable ink, these 3D insects tether the home to nature’s vivid cornucopia. Part decor and part puzzle, they are intended for kids four and up, and come as various creatures in assorted colors: orange and red-hued honeybee, blue copper butterfly, contrasting longwing butterfly, peacock butterfly, pink bee and bright yellow butterfly. Hung on a wall or resting on a desktop, each of these puzzles comes alive thanks to their rich colors and multi-dimensional design.

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The Irregular Times: Landmarks + Landmines

$675

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The second issue of India’s first art and design newspaper, The Irregular Times, imagines future utopias. From graphic stories charting the course of political correctness to Indigenous food practices and recipes from Assam, this experimental zine—conceptually and visually—fascinates. The issue also includes a surprise DIY “envelope in an envelope,” adding interactive elements to this paper that celebrates and pushes the boundaries of analog printing. Price is in Indian Rupees.

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Frank Stella Jigsaw Puzzle

$20

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A puzzle version of Frank Stella’s stunning 1970 painting “Firuzabad” echoes the colorful, geometric abstract piece. With two overlapping circles—which, in the puzzle, are specially contoured for the smoothest curves—the jigsaw boasts an unusual shape. Inside the circles, opposing and complimentary concentric and diagonal lines converge in a mesmerizing pattern. Made with 90% recycled paper, the puzzle is printed with non-toxic ink.

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Young, Gifted and Black: A New Generation of Artists

$50

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Edited by Gagosian director Antwaun Sargent and published by the non-profit arts organization Printed Matter, Young, Gifted and Black: A New Generation of Artists considers works from the newest generation of Black artists as a whole. With an interview between Bernard Lumpkin and director of the Studio Museum in Harlem, Thelma Golden, and other contextualizations by curators and experts, this book outlines what it means to be young, gifted and Black in the contemporary art world.

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Mickebana Trio Kids Needlepoint Kit

$31

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Suitable for children six years or older, the Mickebana Trio Kids kit is a floral needlepoint project with all the materials needed to complete it. The artwork is designed by Mark Lindebergh, whose colorfully opulent illustrations provide kids a bright and mesmerizing world to bring to life. Featured in either pink or red, the Trio comes with canvas, two tapestry needles, a colorful needle threader, a how-to guide and a cotton bag for storage. For further instructions, a YouTube tutorial is also included to help make crafting fun and easy for everyone.

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Squiggle Pyramid with Pink Flower

$120

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Barbara Frankie Ryan’s “Squiggle Pyramid with Pink Flower” is a part of the artist’s sculptural series Freshly Cut Flowers, which seeks to immortalize the ephemeral beauty of bouquets. Laser-cut from frosted acrylic in the Netherlands, this funky sculpture makes for a jovial decor piece, suitable to freshen up any desk, shelf or table. The floral sculpture stands 12 centimeters tall and ships in packaging made from recycled materials.

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“In The Summer We Started Drinking During The Hot Of The Day And By Night Time We Were Monsters” Puzzle

$34

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Kinstler, an independent puzzle company, highlights emerging contemporary artists via jigsaws. Their 100% recycled, 1,000-piece “In The Summer We Started Drinking During The Hot Of The Day And By Night Time We Were Monsters” puzzle features a complex, iconographic artwork from Andrea Joyce Heimer that sees a group of people drinking and transforming throughout different levels of a home. The darkly funny puzzle comes with a written interview with Heimer on the painting, notes on her creation process and her recommendation on how to complete the puzzle. It also comes with other images she made during her 2020 Quarantine Drawing series. The box was printed, assembled and packed in America and designed in Brooklyn.

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Screen-printed with six colors on heavy card stock by Nat Swope, Tucker Nichols’ “Flowers” print has been produced in a limited edition of 50. The Northern California-based artist (who often finds cues in nature) captures abstract flowers of purple and blue in a black vase, placed amid a turquoise background. Each of these prints—measuring 12 by 12 inches—comes signed, numbered and dated.

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Basketball Deck by Frank Dorrey

$100

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Philadelphia-based shop YOWIE collaborated with artist Frank Dorrey, who applied his freaky and fun faces to a fantasy basketball skateboard. Dorrey’s work uses PicsArt and iPhone 8s to distort images and play with colors in order to symbolize truth. Bringing his unique technique to YOWIE, Dorrey creates a signature warped portrait, set against a vibrant blue backdrop and surrounded by dribbling basketball players, including Lucifer. This is a limited edition collaboration—so only 10 of these decks exist.

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“My Bare Gays” Sweatshirt

$190

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Featuring Tom of Finland’s delightfully raunchy art, Carne Bollente’s “My Bare Gays” sweatshirt comes in either washed-out black or cream colorways. On the front, the beloved artist’s illustration is portrayed through the Paris-based brand’s Pornographico embroidery; while the back boasts a large, double-exposure style graphic of his iconic The Loggers magazine cover. Available in XS to XL, this garment is made from 100% cotton.

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Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem

$45

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Since 1968, The Studio Museum in Harlem has been a center for and a champion of Black art and Black culture. The new book Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem contextualizes select artwork from the institution’s collection, which includes pieces by Faith Ringgold, Kerry James Marshall, Norman Lewis, Lorna Simpson and others. Authors Connie H Choi, Thelma Golden and Kellie Jones discuss the thematic and procedural processes in curating Black art, include essays by art historians and collectors (like Eliza A Butler, Akili Tommasino, Taylor Aldridge, Larry Ossei Mensah and Daniela Fifi) and feature 125 artworks. Together, the book pays historical homage to the multiplicities of identities and techniques in African-American art, tracing works in various mediums from the 1930s to today.

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Making a Great Exhibition Book

$19

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Engaging and insightful, Making a Great Exhibition is the debut children’s book from David Zwirner Books, the publishing division of the world-renowned gallery. Created by author Doro Globus (managing director of David Zwirner Books) and award-winning artist and illustrator Rose Blake, the colorful work explores how artists produce something special and then share it with the world. It’s recommended for kids ages three to seven but surely it’s a tale for all to enjoy.

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The Kitchen Studio: Culinary Creations by Artists

$40

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Part cookbook and part art tome, The Kitchen Studio: Culinary Creations by Artists comprises illustrations, paintings, photographs and recipes from 70 artists. With stunning works by Klodin Erb, Nicolas Party, Olafur Eliasson, Zina Saro-Wiwa, Tiffany Sia and others, the book also features an introduction by Massimo Bottura. From a recipe (and sculpture) of candied yams by Charles Gaines to colorful face-shaped meringues by Jeppe Hein, these recipes span cocktails, main meals, snacks, dips and more. With some dishes familiar, some adventurous and others off-kilter and odd, there’s something for everybody—whether a home chef, art enthusiast or both.

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Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Living Abstraction

$75

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To celebrate the first retrospective of Swiss artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp’s work in the US in four decades, Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Living Abstraction traces her immense career—which has largely been omitted from the history of Constructivism, Dada and Modernism. Taeuber-Arp worked from 1906 to 1943, and this extensive catalog illustrates her contribution through 400 artworks spanning sculpture, textiles, beadwork, stained glass windows and even marionettes.

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Published by Montreal-based Anteism, the limited edition MOKO MOKO DOKI DOKI by Misaki Kawai is both a book and an artwork. Every one of the 108 copies available (18 in each color—yellow, green, blue, red, pink or white) has a handmade fur cover. With images from the multidisciplinary artist’s fourth solo show at The Hole, this saddle-stitch bound book provides inspiration and off-kilter escapism.

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