Dior

American artist Daniel Arsham has produced a new range of sculptures as a part of his ongoing collaboration with Dior.

Arsham has applied his signature disintegration technique to a stone basketball, an old-fashioned telephone, and a copy of Je Suis Couturier, an out-of-print Dior book from 1953. The pieces, first seen at Dior’s spring show, have been minimized and stand alongside Dior lettering, which also appears to be glitching and disintegrating.

Dior’s artistic director Kim Jones first tapped Arsham for a collaboration in the Dior SS20 show, joining the artist with the brand’s other artistic collaborators Hajime Sorayama, Raymond Pettibon, and KAWS.

There is currently no information about where the pieces will be available for purchase, but prices are available on request.

Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor