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Accessories Jan 29, 2010

MoMA x Tim Burton x Moleskine Notebook

This past November, The MoMA opened a retrospective honoring the art of acclaimed director Tim Burton. As a further tribute to the director, a custom 2010 weekly planner was published by Moleskine. The books feature Tim Burton’s signature… Read more
Art Nov 15, 2009

Tim Burton MOMA Exhibition | Video

Starting November 22nd, MOMA will be showing an extensive retrospective of the work of artist, writer, producer Tim Burton. “Following the current of his visual imagination from early childhood drawings through his mature work, the… Read more
Art Aug 12, 2008

“Looking At Music,” MOMA

“In the 1960s, the decade that saw astronauts land on the moon, artists were likewise seeking to expand boundaries of time and space and to have new experiences. At the same time, portable video equipment reached the consumer… Read more
Art Jun 24, 2008

Guillemot Kayaks

One need not roam the Caribbean or summer in the Med to own and have access to a beautiful boat. Guillemot Kayaks , from Glastonbury, CT, are gorgeous hand made wooden craft. Ocean worthy, riving going, or equally at home … Read more
Art Jun 20, 2008

Dali: Painting and Film

Opening June 29, Dali: Painting and Film at MOMA covers 130 films, paintings and drawings by Salvador Dali. The intent is to investigate the influence cinema had on the artists career, as well as how film worked as an outlet … Read more
Art Dec 13, 2007

Louis Vuitton x Takashi Murakami

We have reported before about the Takashi Murakami exhibition at the Moma in Los Angeles, that is still going on until February 2008. For the occasion Louis Vuitton opened a temporary pop-up store in the museum and is selling a … Read more
Art Aug 22, 2007

Volksmarke Berlin

We recently came across a German label, Volksmarke, and their series of bags attracted our attention. Created by designer Luisella Stroebele, the brand lives and breaths the city of Berlin. Their range of bags in different sizes is produced… Read more
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